The Mac App Store is available in either the dock or the built-in App Store program (look for it in the Apple menu at the top left corner). Find FaceTime at the Apple Store and click the Get button to download the FaceTime software and install it on your Mac.
In the FaceTime app on your Mac during a video call, click Control Center in the menu bar. Click Video Effects, then select Center Stage. (Optionally, select Portrait to use both video effects at the same time.)
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And yet, we need to talk about the laptop's familiar camera. Like it does on the MacBook Pro, Apple offers a paltry 720p FaceTime HD camera on the MacBook Air (2020).
When you're signed in and FaceTime is turned on, you can accept or decline calls, even if FaceTime isn't open.
720p camera quality The FaceTime HD camera that Apple is using in the 2018 MacBook Air is far worse than the cameras on modern iPhones and iPads, and quality hasn't been bumped up for years, which is the real problem.
The person you're making a FaceTime video or audio call to must be signed in to FaceTime and have any of the following: A Mac with OS X 10.9. 2 or later, and a built-in or connected microphone. An iOS device with iOS 7 or later or an iPadOS device.
You can delete any contacts directly from your "contacts list" on the Facetime App, or you can delete them from your address book. On the Facetime contacts list, just click on the contact you wish to remove, and an "edit" option will appear.
Launch the FaceTime app from your Mac's Applications folder. Find the caller you want to unblock in the sidebar menu. Right-click (or Ctrl-click) on the contact and select Unblock this caller from the dropdown menu.
For us, the MacBook Air is an easy choice. It comes in at $999 yet sports similar performance and endurance to the MacBook Pro thanks to its M1 processor. It's also the most portable of the bunch, and the improved 13.3-inch display is great for watching TV shows or movies.
In the Dictionary app on your Mac, type a word or phrase in the search field in the upper-right corner of the Dictionary window. Note: If you add another Dictionary source, wait for it to download completely before searching for a word or phrase.
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