Apple has released the latest FaceTime video calling feature in iOS 4.0 that comes with iPhone 4 in the recent Worldwide Developer Conference 2010.
Soon after iOS 4.1 Beta 3 was proclaimed by the developers, MacRumors stated that email-based FaceTime will be launched in futuristic iOS based devices. This indicates that iPhones, iPads and iPod touch comes with front facing camera that offers video calls with FaceTime that comes under the contract.
The current update states that FaceTime will be offered with next generation iPad and iPod touch devices and soon with the newest iOS 4.1 beta 3 that offers the newest Contacts app.
The FaceTime video calling feature comes with those devices that cannot have phone numbers. Latest feature sports of various email addresses meant for video calls.
Meanwhile, the latest iPod touch and iPads will come with more RAM when compared to present generation model.
Brazilian website MacMagazine reported: "Apple is planning a new event around August 16."