If there’s an active video chat in a group thread, the camera icon will turn blue. You can video chat with your friends for as long as you’d like.When you’re ready to leave the video chat, tap the red phone icon at the bottom.This fun little feature makes it possible for you to grab that memorable shot of the cat running across the camera while Grandma is taking a sip of her lemonade. So the next time you want to share a Live Photo of your impromptu Face Time chat with someone, make sure you’re set up and ready and then let the good times roll.In order for someone else to take a Live Photo of you while you’re having a Face Time video chat, you’ll need to enable it. If you want to take a Live Photo of someone else, send these instructions over so everyone can enable it.On Mac, hover your cursor over the Face Time window to call up the button.When you’re ready, just click or tap on the camera button.When you open the page, you’ll see a tray at the top with personalized channels.This includes a ‘For You’ channel, which has a mix of posts tailored to your interests.
You can browse through a variety of interests by swiping from grid to grid, or you can go deep into a specific interest by tapping on a channel and scrolling up.
If you’d like to remove a topic channel, press and hold the channel and select ‘Mute’ from the menu.
This sends the channel to the end of the tray, giving you the option to unmute it at any time.
You can take a Live Photo of your nephew making that adorable face the next time you video chat him in mac OS High Sierra.
Apple is adding support for taking Live Photos while you’re having a Face Time video chat with friends and family in i OS 11 and mac OS High Sierra.