Use FaceTime Between an iPod 4 and an iPhone 4
In every depiction of the future there's at least one of two
things: flying cars and video phone calls. One of these staples of the future
is actually available in the present in the form of Apple's FaceTime video
This feature allows fourth-generation iPhone and
fourth-generation iPod touch users to make video calls with one another when
they're connected to a Wi-Fi Internet connection, improving our ability to stay
connected to one another and bringing us one step closer to "the future"
in the process.
Tap the Contacts application icon, followed by the plus
icon in the upper right corner of the application window to make a new contact.
Type the first and last name of the contact you wish to
have a FaceTime call with in the spaces provided.
If the contact uses an iPhone, enter the phone
number of the contact in the space provided.
If the contact uses an iPod touch, enter the
email address of the contact in the space provided. Tap the "Done"
button to save the contact.
Tap the "Settings" icon on the iOS
device's home screen, followed by the "Wi-Fi" option.
Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network you wish to
connect to beneath the "Choose a Network" heading.
Enter the network password in the space
provided and tap the "Join" button to join the network.
Tap the Contacts application icon, followed by
Tap the "FaceTime" option to place a
FaceTime call to that contact.
So long as the second iOS device is connected
to a Wi-Fi network, it will receive the call.