MacRumours is reporting some interesting tidbits pulled out of an analysis of the latest iPhone OS 4.0 SDK.
They have found error messages in amongst some of the more mundane messages usually found on the iPhone. Some of which clearly talk about things like :
The video call could not connect because a remote Wi-Fi connection could not be established.
The video call disconnected because the local Wi-Fi connection was lost.
One thing to note about all these messages though is that they all refer to Wi-Fi. This may not be significant. But it tends to suggest that perhaps video calls are not something that phone companies are happy to have running over their networks.
Are you excited about these video conferencing features in iPhone 4G? Do you expect to be able to make video calls over the mobile network? Let us know in the comments.