Knowing how to share movies on Facetime iOS 15 can be the key to getting some nice bonding time in with distant relatives, or can prove invaluable for work-based training videos for that matter. This is also backed up with FaceTimes browser-based support on Android and Windows devices.
The big catch with learning how to share movies on FaceTime iOS 15 right now is SharePlay not being in the newly released iOS 15, find out how and why here. We can’t physically use instructions on how to share movies on FaceTime iOS 15, but thanks to SharePlay being included in the earlier iOS 15 betas, we can still give you the instructions.
How To Share Movies On FaceTime iOS 15
At the time of writing, users currently can’t share anything via FaceTime due to SharePlays release being delayed. But that doesn’t mean we can’t familiarize ourselves with the process. Here we go:
Start a FaceTime Call
Startup your FaceTime video call and confirm everyone is ready. Toilet breaks and buying popcorn may be necessary before taking the next step.
Start A Watch party
Go to your favorite supported video steaming app and hit play on what you want to watch. The SharePlay prompt will pop up asking if you wish to watch his by yourself or with FaceTime, select the relevant option, and away you go. Also, everyone has playback controls with synchronized video.
Again, SharePlay functionality is currently disabled but should be making its grand return before Christmas 2021.