How To Use Iphone Camera For Mac Facetime?

Step 1: Connect Your iPhone to Your Mac

Make sure your iPhone is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Mac. Open the FaceTime app on your Mac and click on “Preferences” in the menu bar. Under the “Settings” tab, make sure the option for “iPhone Cellular Calls” is selected.

Step 2: Enable iPhone Camera for FaceTime

On your iPhone, go to Settings and tap on FaceTime. Toggle the switch for “iPhone Cellular Calls” to enable it. This will allow your iPhone camera to be used for FaceTime on your Mac.

Step 3: Make a FaceTime Call

Open the FaceTime app on your Mac and enter the contact’s name or phone number that you want to call. Click on the video call button to start the call. Your iPhone camera will be used for the FaceTime call on your Mac.

Step 4: Adjust Camera Settings

You can adjust the camera settings on your iPhone by tapping on the screen during the FaceTime call. This will bring up options to switch between the front and rear cameras, adjust the exposure, and enable or disable the flash.

Step 5: End the FaceTime Call

To end the FaceTime call, simply click on the red “End Call” button on your Mac. Your iPhone camera will stop being used for the FaceTime call and you can disconnect your iPhone from your Mac.

Using your iPhone camera for FaceTime on your Mac is a great way to improve the video quality of your calls. Follow these simple steps to start using your iPhone camera for FaceTime on your Mac today!

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