But Kotenko’s article is the most comprehensive I’ve encounter in a very long time on the subject, and I’m thrilled to be able to share it with my readers.In addition to great writeups on each service, there are links to each platform’s version, as well as helpful videos about each one.Had I found this first, I would have looked no further…but I found it last, which is why the other 2 are included.But the other 2 articles, discussing Fam and Houseparty are unique in some senses, so it’s nice to know about them too I think.One feature in testing would let its camera scan for people and lock onto them, for example.Facebook is also said to be developing a 360-degree camera, but that might not be ready in time for launch.
It appears that Face Time does not yet support group chats.
A 360 degree camera is also being tested, although it's unlikely the feature will be ready for the launch.
Sources say the device could launch as early as next spring's F8 developer conference.
One feature would have the camera automatically scan the room to lock onto people’s faces.
The device might also feature a 360-degree camera accessory in the future.