Apple wants to take on Zoom with these new FaceTime features

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Driven a global shift towards remote work, Apple has announced it wants to expand its capabilities in video chat, and says it will let people listen to music and watch videos together on FaceTime and share calls across various platforms. Apple will allow people to use its popular video chat app on Windows and Android smartphones for the first time by joining a video chat in their web browser, Apple manager Craig Federighi announced at the start of the annual developer conference WWDC. The announcement marks a break in the company’s policy of walling off its services and devices into one ecosys…

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