Why isn’t my FaceTime working on my Mac?
The most common reason why FaceTime is unavailable is due to internet connectivity issues. If you don’t have the Wi-Fi icon in your menu bar, you can go to System Preferences > Network and check your internet connection there. If you are connected but the internet isn’t working, you might need to restart your router.
How do you FaceTime on a computer?
You can’t make Facetime calls from Windows, but there are several other ways to make video calls—even to iPhone users. No, there is no Facetime on Windows, and there’s not likely to be anytime soon. Facetime is a proprietary standard, and just isn’t available outside the Apple ecosystem.
How do I make a FaceTime call?
Make a FaceTime call
In the FaceTime app, tap the plus button and type the person’s phone number or email address. Tap the number or address, then tap Audio or Video . If you have the person’s phone number or email address saved in your Contacts, you can start typing their name and tap the name when it appears.
What do you do when FaceTime isn’t working?
- Make sure Apple’s FaceTime Servers are up and running!
- Check your internet connection and maybe change your DNS.
- Restart or force restart your device.
- Check your Date & Time Settings.
- For Macs, check your Firewall settings and ports.
- Make sure you sign in with your Apple ID or check that your Apple ID is correct.
How do I update my FaceTime?
Find or restore a missing FaceTime app
- Make sure that your device supports FaceTime.
- Go to Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Allowed Apps and make sure that FaceTime and Camera are turned on.
- Search for the FaceTime app in Spotlight or using Siri.
- Update your device to the latest version of iOS or iPadOS.