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Apple Launches Web Video-Chat

Apple is adding support from WebRTC in an update to its WebKit with a list of open specifications. No timeline has been given for when the support would be introduced in the iOS and OS X versions of Apple’s Safari Web browser.

Reports emerged last year that Apple was looking to hire WebRTC developers.

Originally put forward by Google in 2011, the WebRTC API allows browser-based applications to make real-time voice or video calls as well as peer-to-peer data connections.

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