Dec 172010
 

Devices like the Galaxy Tab have had cameras for some time – it is only logical that Apple will react by integrating a camera of its own into its next-generation iPad.

iLounge now took an interesting look at the haptical issues faced by tablets which contain a camera. Their article closes with the following predictions:

Our best guess at this moment is that the rear camera on the iPad will be bigger, wider-angled, and better in resolution than the one on the iPod touch, with at least one if not two of those factors at least rivaling if not surpassing the iPhone 4.

Hit the link below to find out more – and don’t forget to talk back:
http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/backstage/comments/how-ipad-2gs-rear-camera-will-probably-work-and-be-magical/


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