If you use FaceTime often, you¡¯re probably familiar with how frustrating it is to have to get on a Wi-Fi network in order to use the service. Although you can Facetime with some application on you jailbreaked iPhone, it¡¯s still a big problem for those beginners or person don¡¯t want jailbreak their iPhones.
In my opinion, if a cell phone can¡¯t make video call on the go (3G Facetime), the video call function is useless, because when I was at home or in the office, I could use Gmail, MSN and many other applications to make a video call on PC.
And now this issue will get resolved with iOS 5 according to report.
The message first unveiled on modem3g.com It¡¯s said a reader post a screen shot, in which iOS 5 shows an alert box asking the user to turn on cellular data or WiFi to use FaceTime. By playing around with the iOS 5 preferences in Settings->General->Network, we¡¯ve found how to replicate the ¡°issue¡±: turn off Cellular Data in the Network tab, open FaceTime¡¯s prefs inside the Settings app, and you should get the alert box. If it doesn¡¯t come up, try to turn FaceTime off and on again, making sure Cellular Data is still set to off. iOS 5 will tell you that you need data (3G) or WiFi to use FaceTime.
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