Make a Group FaceTime call on iPhone
In the FaceTime app , you can invite up to 32 participants to a Group FaceTime call (not available in all regions; iOS 12.1.4 or later).
Note: iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus support only audio Group FaceTime calls.
Start a Group FaceTime call
In FaceTime, tap at the top right.
Type the names or numbers of the people you want to call in the entry field at the top.
You can also tap to open Contacts and add people from there.
Tap Video to make a video call or tap Audio to make a FaceTime audio call.
Each participant appears in a tile on the screen. When a participant speaks, or you tap the tile, that tile moves to the front and becomes more prominent. Tiles that can’t fit on the screen appear in a row at the bottom. To find a participant you don’t see, swipe through the row. (The participant’s initials may appear in the tile if an image isn’t available.)
Start a Group FaceTime call from a group Messages conversation
In a group Messages conversation, you can initiate a Group FaceTime call with all the same people you’re chatting with in the Messages conversation.
In the Messages conversation, tap the profile pictures, or , at the top of the conversation.
Add another person to a call
Any participant can add another person at any time during a Group FaceTime call.
During a FaceTime call, tap the screen to open the controls, swipe up from the top of the controls, then tap Add Person.
Type the name, Apple ID, or phone number of the person you want to add in the entry field at the top.
Or tap to add someone from Contacts.
Tap Add Person to FaceTime.
Join a Group FaceTime call
When someone invites you to join a Group FaceTime call, you see the incoming call. If you decline the call, you receive a notification that you can tap to join the call at any time while it’s active.
Leave a Group FaceTime call
To leave a group call at any time, tap .
The call remains active if two or more participants remain.