One of the most expected iOS 12 and macOS Mojave features, with group FaceTime, hopefully, will not arrive when Apple makes both of the software releases.
Surprisingly, Apple declared group FaceTime at WWDC and hyped it as a consistent way to video chat with up to 32 people coincidentally.
Also, Apple removed 7 bugs of iOS 12 beta, when the users download the software update and the feature had been removed with a showing a release notes “In the future update later this fall.”
In spite of the group FaceTime feature improving overall iOS 12 beta, we noticed it was especially buggy when we tired it back in June when the first beta came out. In this scenario group, calls would lag and audio would become distorted, especially when the multiple users had Animoji, Memoji with the video filter effects applied to the video calls.
This isn’t the first time the biggest tech company Apple has pulled an expected feature from its software simple months prior to its release. For example, the iCloud feature that was announced for iOS 11 in September 2017 and it didn’t become available to users until late May 2018.
It’s unsatisfactory group FaceTime won’t be available in time on the launch day for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, but it’s likely for the better that it’s postponed instead of pushed out half-baked. Another last thing about Apple need is another Apple Map repeat, where a new Apple software feature whether doesn’t work or works badly when it’s released.