Apple removed group FaceTime call from the latest iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave, which were released yesterday, and planning to release this feature later.
One of the key features of iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave is Group FaceTime, designed to allow up to a maximum of 32 people to chat together via audio or video, using FaceTime has been removed since the last beta just released.
The development seems in fact to proceed very slowly and the obvious problems still persistent in group calls through FaceTime have convinced Apple to postpone the release of this new function. This delay can obviously not bring to mind the nightmare AirPlay 2, presented last year at the Keynote presentation of iOS 11 but then arrived several months later.
In the release notes for both MacOS Mojave and iOS 12, Apple says the feature has been removed from MacOS Mojave and iOS 12 and “will be available in a future software update later this Fall.”