Apple announces FaceTime for the Mac, beta today

Apple said on Wednesday that it plans to release a FaceTime application for Mac.

Steve Jobs, Apple Chief Executive Officer, took to the stage to demonstrate FaceTime calling between iPhone 4 and Mac. FaceTime on Mac will support landscape mode by simply switching the picture to that mode easily. Jobs confirmed that a beta release of FaceTime for Mac will be available today.

Update: Apple has now released the beta download.

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