I know a lot of you want to have a FaceTime video chat with your friends and families over a 3G connection, instead of Wi-Fi. Sometimes, when you tried to call your friend on FaceTime while you are not in Wi-Fi area, you will get this message that said you are not in Wi-Fi area. This time, a rumor about FaceTime on 3G may come true.
According to iDevices, a guy was on FaceTime with his friend and he tried to disable 3G connection through the Network settings in iOS 5.1.1. Here’s the warning message appeared below:
We know it is possible to have FaceTime over 3G if you jailbreak your iPhone, and it works perfectly. If Apple allows us to use FaceTime over 3G, then it is entirely up to the carriers because of the data usage. FaceTime on 3G can easily max out your data limited usage. We are not sure if Apple is currently testing this settings that one day, we would be able to use FaceTime over 3G. We are not sure if Apple will introduce this feature in iOS 6.0 this summer.
The question remains…