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Face Time

In investment banking, a slang term for staying at work late but not to do any extra work. An employee puts in face time because a supervisor has not noticed that she does not have enough work to do, but the employee does not want to be caught and assigned another project.
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"This FaceTime breach is a serious threat to the security and privacy of the millions of New Yorkers who have put their trust in Apple and its products over the years," James said in a news release last month.
Apple credited Thompson for discovering the FaceTime bug as part of its software update, nearly a week after thanking him for reporting the bug in the first place.
"We want to assure our customers that as soon as our engineering team became aware of the details necessary to reproduce the bug, they quickly disabled Group FaceTime and began work on the fix," Apple said in a statement.
Meanwhile on the screen of the victim's device, it would appear as if the phone were still ringing with the FaceTime request.
In the meantime, Apple appears to have disabled the ability for users to make group calls on FaceTime.
It's different if he's just in other countries because you can do Facetime, you can do video call, but in there, nothing zero.
iOS12 has finally brought group FaceTime - iOS users can add up to 32 people to one FaceTime call, or start a FaceTime with members of an existing group chat in iMessage.
However, a source has told Gulf News that Apple is not offering the service because of the same regulatory issues that prevent the company from launching its FaceTime app in the UAE.
"Thanks also go to Lisa's brother's girlfriend, Megan McGlynn, for filming the FaceTime chat at the wedding.
Launched in 2010, FaceTime is a popular video calling app amongst iPhone users.
TECHNOLOGY giant Google has released a one-to-one videocalling app which it hopes will rival FaceTime and Skype.
Erdogan s'est adresse a la population via Facetime pour denoncer cette tentative et appeler le peuple a occuper les places et les lieux publics, selon un tweet du journaliste de l'AFP Guillaume Daudin :