In June 2004, Steve Jobs announced that the next version of i Chat AV would be included with Mac OS X 10.4.i Chat AV 3 provided additional support to allow up to four people in a single video conference and ten people in an audio conference.It added video and audio conferencing capabilities based on the industry-standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).The final version of the software was shipped with Mac OS X 10.3 and became available separately on the same day for Mac OS X 10.2.
i Chat 5.0, released with Mac OS X 10.6, reduced the bandwidth required for 640×480 video chats and upgraded i Chat Theater to the same resolution.It is responsible for bone density, sexual desire, libido, strength, vitality and confidence.Testosterone production is quite good during the early age of adulthood. i Chat 4 was introduced as a part of Mac OS X 10.5 and received new features including: i Chat Theater (inspired by Chat FX a product from Plum Amazing), Backdrops, and Screen Sharing.
i Chat Theater allowed users to share any file supported by Quick Look, including photos, Keynote presentations, and movies, over a video chat session.
It featured integration with the Address Book and Mail applications and was the first officially-supported AIM client that was native to Mac OS X (the first-party AIM application at the time was still running in Classic emulation).