Make and receive FaceTime calls on iPod touch
With an Internet connection and an Apple ID, you can make and receive calls in the FaceTime app (first sign in with your Apple ID, or create an Apple ID, if you don’t have one).
Make a FaceTime call
Ask Siri. Say something like: “Make a FaceTime call.” Learn how to ask Siri.
In FaceTime, tap at the top right.
Type the name or number you want to call in the entry field at the top, then tap Video to make a video call or tap Audio to make a FaceTime audio call (not available in all regions).
You can also tap to open Contacts and start your call from there, or tap a contact in your list of FaceTime calls to quickly make a call.
Tip: To see more during a FaceTime video call, rotate iPod touch to use landscape orientation. See Change or lock the screen orientation on iPod touch.
To call multiple people, see Make a Group FaceTime call on iPod touch.
Leave a message
If no one answers your FaceTime call, do one of the following:
Tap Leave a Message.
Tap Cancel to cancel the call.
Tap Call Back to try calling back.
Start a FaceTime call from a Messages conversation
In a Messages conversation, you can start a FaceTime call with the person you’re chatting with.
In the Messages conversation, tap the profile picture, , or the name at the top of the conversation.
In your call history, tap the name or number, or tap to choose a name or number in Contacts and start your call from there.
Receive a FaceTime call
When a FaceTime call comes in, tap any of the following:
Accept: Take the call.
Decline: Decline the call.
Remind Me: Set a reminder to call back.
Message: Send a text message to the caller.
If you’re on another call when a FaceTime call comes in, you can tap End & Accept or Hold & Accept.
Delete a call from your call history
In FaceTime, swipe left over the call in your call history, then tap Delete.