7630 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Sep 21, 2012 1:30 PM by digitalguy222
Currently Being ModeratedSep 8, 2010 5:11 PM (in response to robphoton2)In order of questions asked.
1. No. Only for the original minute or so that it took you to place the call and switch to FaceTime.
2. No. AT&T had no part in even establishing the connection.
3. Theoretically, yes. However, the initial call is used more or less to know that the person you are trying to contact is even available.
Hope that helps.Apple MacBook Pro v4,1 w/17" Hi-Res Screen, Mac OS X (10.6.4), iPhone 4 running iOS 4.1 and iPad running iOS 3.2.2
Currently Being ModeratedSep 8, 2010 5:26 PM (in response to Richard Wessels)I think I was a little unclear in question 3. I guess what I was asking for in number 3: Can I place a iPod touch kind of FaceTime call with my iPhone using their email address in 4.1 and totally avoid engaging the ATT network just as iPod touches can do?macbook pro, Mac OS X (10.6.2), 30" Apple Cinema, Apple TV, iPhone, and 11TB of external drives
Currently Being ModeratedSep 8, 2010 8:15 PM (in response to robphoton2)I can successfully report that I was able to initiate a FaceTime call with someone else while my iPhone 4 was in wifi only mode. This means there was no way for AT&T to be involved in the exchange at all. So yes, you can use the iPhone 4 just like the iPod Touch and initiate FaceTime calls with someone else without ever actually calling them the first time.
I hope this helps.
(NOTE: The person I initiated the FaceTime call with was already listed in my contacts as a FaceTime user so the service knew how to locate him.)Apple MacBook Pro v4,1 w/17" Hi-Res Screen, Mac OS X (10.6.4), iPhone 4 running iOS 4.1 and iPad running iOS 3.2.2