Apple iPhone video conferencing software is being ramped up.  Apple already has an external server on which they are testing video conferencing. 

Since the 4.0 firmware only somewhat supports it, we don’t know how operate it or the syntax, but one module that is up and running on the server is what kicks off the process, the VCInit module, here: https://17.254.3.138/WebObjects/VCInit.woa/wa/

Without the knowledge of thier protocol, it’s kind of useless. You can look at the IP though and tell that it’s an Apple server. they are also testing it on three different servers on their private intranet, but that is obviously not accessible from the outside world.

 

Thanks Will!

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