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Did Apple Accidentally Announce FaceTime Over 3G?
May 22, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
Though incredibly easy to use, the feature can only be used when both parties are logged into a Wi-Fi network. Though this decision undoubtedly made the carriers happy, users were disappointed the service was tethered to a Wi-Fi connection.
Now, hints have arisen which suggest Apple might begin to support 3G wireless data.
As reported on Friday by Gizmodo, Romanian Apple website iDevice first noticed the new hints towards 3G capability in the new iOS 5.1.1.
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