A new version of Apple’s video chat service video chat is now available on the iPhone and iPad.
Apple has released a beta version of the app to developers, allowing users to access video chat directly from their iPhone or iPad.
Users can also create custom video chats to use in their own apps or on their iOS devices.
Users can now send videos directly from an iOS device to an Apple Watch or iPhone.
Video chat for the first time can be done in real-time, and it has been designed to work on both iPhones and iPads.
The video chat features a built-in camera, a microphone, and a built in camera feed.
Users also get access to live chat as well as a “tweener” option that allows users to send their video to a friend’s phone.
Apple also updated its iOS video chat application, called Siri, with support for Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad, with a “tap to send” feature.
Siri also added a new option that lets users set up a custom video chat.
For users who already have an Apple TV, the new version lets them send video from their Apple TV to the iPhone or tablet.