Skype announced some time ago that they will announce some important announcements about the video support in upcoming CES 2011. A new support document on the Skype site suggests that video calling feature will be supported in a future upgrade to the Skype application on the iPhone. We expect some good news from CES in Las Vegas (scheduled January 6 to 9) when the company would officially present the new version of Skype for IOS.
According to support document, to make video calls with your contacts, you will need an iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, 3rd generation iPod touch, 4th generation iPod touch or an iPad. Your contacts will only be able to see you if your device has a camera. Calls can be made between these devices and Windows or Mac computers via Wi-Fi and 3G. If you have an iPhone or iPod touch with two cameras – front and rear – you will be able to switch between them during a Skype video call. If you have an iPhone 3GS it will always use the rear camera.
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