Will you use iPhone 4G’s video calling?

By Peter Chubb - Mar 9, 2010

Yesterday we had conformation from O2 that the new iPhone 4G will offer video calling support, which O2 said that they will charge the same price as they do for voice calls. However, the carrier has since announced that this was just an error.

The graphic that showed the prices of O2 tariffs – including the video calling – was nothing more than a mistake. The UK cell phone carrier has said that they will amend the website that featured the pricing. Do not worry too much as we could still see this feature with the iPhone 4G – Apple may have just told O2 to keep us guessing.

So one day we know for certain that video calling is coming, the next it is taken away. We have to wonder if the feature is actually wanted – maybe there is a more practical feature that you would like to see. I would like to see true multitasking and a zoom and flash feature on the camera – how about you?

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  • Jung Muni

    nope costs too much to do a single video call. Besides it isn't nearly as revolutionary as they say it is… South Korean and much of the world has had video calling for the past 2 years now. It's the United States that is always slow on importing already had technology.
    I mean NYC still doesn't have service underground on the subways…