100% utilization of iPhone4 face time feature [equals] Sex and Porn.

Whenever a new technology or a gadget is invented, the porn industry has been quick to come up with new ways of implementing it. It’s the same now with the Apple’s new Face Time on the iPhone 4.
With the latest front facing camera available on the iPhone 4, which lets you call another iPhone 4 user and have live video conversations over a Wi-Fi connection, it was just time enough for the porn industry to make use of this technology and let users have live video sex chat on Face Time with their models.

With more than 3 million iPhone 4’s already sold, the adult industry stands to make big money on this new venture of it. While the technology to them may be new but the idea is not, because they have always been early adopters making maximum use of latest technology. In at least five cities, Craigslist ads seek models specifically for video sex chat on FaceTime. Many of the ads even offer to throw in a free iPhone 4 for the new employees.

For years now, cameras mounted on computers have helped connect people for racy online video sessions. But the portability and privacy of a cell phone makes FaceTime a new frontier for the industry.

“A phone is such an intimate thing, you usually don’t lend it out or have someone else use it,” said Quentin Boyer, a spokesman for Pink Visual, an adult production company.

Boyer said his company began planning for iPhone 4 video services almost as soon as the device hit stores. They should be ready in a matter of weeks. Boyer said the company will offer FaceTime sessions with some of the same women who appear in its videos — likely charging $5 or $6 a minute, payable by credit card. It has a very personal feel — your mobile phone to hers,” he added.

So far, most online video sex chat services have let the customer see the performer, but not the other way around. FaceTime may change that.

We have many customers who want to be watched as much has they want to watch, said Dan Hogue, owner of an adult chat company called CamWorld, which is planning FaceTime services.

But just as Apple can’t control whom iPhone users call, the company will have a hard time dictating how FaceTime is used. But the biggest fear being that children are the first ones to use any new kind of technology, stopping them from doing this is going to be a big challenge.

Via [digitaltrends]

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