We have some good news for those of you who are looking for more information on Apple’s new Facetime video chat features, as we have a hands-on video for you to check out, giving you a close-up look at one of the main new features for the iPhone 4.
The hands-on video comes to us courtesy of Engadget, who managed to spend some time with the device at Apple’s WWDC event in San Francisco.
Facetime will finally allow for video calling on the iPhone, although it has confirmed to be over WiFi only for the time being, since Apple still need to work with carriers to enable video calling over 3G.
What we do get to see though, is the interface during a FaceTime call, as users are able to use either the front or back cameras on the iPhone 4 during a call.
It looks like you’ll need a pretty strong WiFi signal to make use of the service, but the quality seen in the video looks good enough.
You’ll be able to try it out for yourself on June 24th. Let us know your impressions of Facetime.