It’s addressed the eavesdropping flaw, but not all features are working.
Apple pushed out an earlier this month to fix a , which let people eavesdrop on each other, but apparently hasn’t gotten all the bugs out yet.
Apple Support confirmed this limitation on Twitter, after noting that you have to update to iOS 12.1.4 to use Group FaceTime at all. The feature was temporarily disabled after a Fortnite-playing teen .
“Group FaceTime calls need to be started with at least two additional users in the FaceTime app,” it wrote.
It’s not clear if Apple is working to fix this with the upcoming iOS 12.2 update, and the company didn’t immediately respond to a request for further comment.