Apple iPhone 4’s FaceTime and video phone sex go together like chocolate and peanut butter

Supreme Studio Makeover from MacMall.com “People pay money to look at naked people online. They also pay money for phone sex,” Brian Caulfield reports for Forbes. “And, yet, until now it’s been really hard to get porn on the iPhone.”

“You don’t have to be a literary genius to connect these dots,” Caulfield writes. “We’re talking chocolate and peanut butter here.”

Apple’s new FaceTime… “which will allow users to conduct video calls using the latest version of its iPhone (and, since Apple Chief Steve Jobs says he wants to make FaceTime an open standard, presumably between other devices one day, too)… may not find quite the audience Apple, and Steve Jobs, expect,” Caulfield writes. “It will, however, find an audience. Don’t believe me? Just go to Chatroulette and tell me what you find.”

Full article here.

35 Comments

  1. There will be a “tri-head” stand that will mount on your noggin to hold the phone. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” />

  2. I don’t quite understand the hype surrounding the Facetime thing. Do you not have video phone calls already in the USA? In Australia we have had “real” video telephone calls (where it is exactly the same as making a regular mobile phone call, except you hit “video call”, rather than “call”) over 3G networks for five or six years now.

    Hasn’t the whole “with video calls you might be able to see someone nude” novelty worn off?

    Generally speaking over here video calls aren’t especially popular. Most of the time, you don’t particularly want people to be able to see what you are wearing or where you are when you take a mobile phone call. It is a bit intrusive.

  3. @MediaXYZ

    Haven’t you heard? The US is a decade behind the rest of the world in cellular networks. We have not had an decent video phone call options. And Facetime works only over wi-fi internet connections at this time here. Carriers in countries outside the US may be able to put on their cell networks sooner. We are waiting for all the major carriers here to finally all move to 4G technology, but are still at least a year away.

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