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my iphone 4 facetime itself?


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hi guys, i've got an iphone 4 and macbook pro which i've also installed facetime in it as well.

So this night i was sleeping and left my macbook pro on, and suddenly somebody rang my facetime, and i looked, it is ringing from my iphone.
(in my macbook pro facetime contact list on i've only added myself just to test it out and nobody else knows my email address for my macbook facetime)

so i thought i've pressed the facetime button on my iphone without knowing and as i looked my iphone 4 was locked as usual and wasn't ringing anyone, i went to see the facetime history and it doesnt say i've just rang myself.

this only happened once but anyone knows whats happening?
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see this thread here:

Spooky Facetime happenings

and here:

Apple - Support - Discussions - Random Facetime Calls ...
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