FaceTiming isn't really my cup of tea. I'd much rather text someone and wait aimlessly until they respond — but that's just me. However, now that I can FaceTime my friends and family as a Memoji, I'll probably use the feature a lot more. Why? Because FaceTiming someone as a virtual version of yourself is really fun. If you're intrigued, you're probably wondering how to use a Memoji on FaceTime. Luckily, it's easy to do — but there are a few things you'll have to check off your list before you start calling people as a cartoon character.
First, you'll have to make sure you're using the right phone. Only those who are currently using the iPhone X, XS, XS Max, and XR can create Memojis, because they have a TrueDepth camera. TrueDepth camera technology makes it possible for an iPhone scan your face and replicate your expressions via Memoji and Animoji. If you're using a phone that uses the TrueDepth camera system, you're one step closer to FaceTiming with Memojis.