When Steve Jobs originally introduced FaceTime in 2010, he promised that the feature would be an open industry standard, allowing other companies and smartphone makers to adopt it. 8 years later, however, FaceTime remains closed and exclusive to the Apple ecosystem. An interesting new piece from CNET delves into why this is likely the case…

Källa: This could be why Apple has yet to make FaceTime an open-standard like it promised

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