Testing the beta is not an easy task for everyone. Are you new to iOS 15 beta world? Struggling with some FaceTime bug on iOS 15 beta 1? You are lucky to land here as we have found the working solution. We know that you cannot live without FaceTime, so we came to help with this post.
The new FaceTime upgrade on iOS 15 update was the highlight at the WWDC 2021 keynote. From share screen to blurring the background while video chat, FaceTime is the real gem of the new iOS 15. But not everyone is going well with these new features of FaceTime as many people reported the FaceTime bug, and it is not working on their iPhone.
One user wrote on Reddit that “FaceTime seems to freeze every time I try to call someone. Have tried rebooting. Still freezes. Anyone else experiencing this? iPhone 12 Pro Max.”
We also checked every social media platform and tried to fix the FeceTime issue on iOS 15, and finally, we got the solution. So let me share with you.
How To Fix FaceTime Bug or Not Working on iOS 15
Apple is also well-known about the FaceTime issue and working on fixing it ASAP, but they also provided a solution. To fix iOS 15 FaceTime Bug, users have to delete any emoji’s from the Contact’s name. After that, it will simply resolve the FaceTime not working issue without doing anything else.
- Open Contact app on your iOS device.
- Look for the Contact with emojis.
- Tap on the Contact with emojis.
- Tap on Edit at the top right corner.
- Tap on Contact name and remove emojis.
- After removing emojis, tap on Done at the top right corner.
After following the above steps, you restart your device and launch FaceTime call again; it will work fine. You will be able to call your loved ones without any error.
Even after following the above steps, if you are still struggling with FaceTime error on iOS 15, we suggest you please if the new version of update arrives as iOS 15 Beta 1. Because Apple is working to fix the issue and we can expect the solution anytime soon. So please keep your eyes on the update. Need more tips for using the new iOS 15? You can directly ask us through the comment box.