The second beta version 4.3 of the IOS has been shown to offer further evidence of a camera-equipped IPAD as well as indications of a new medium of exchange based on the cloud and the timing of services, a new application, and to Push Notifications an existing service. The evidence comes from the assets through an image in the new beta called “homescreenOverlayFaceTime ipad.png ~, which clearly shows icons for FaceTime, Camera and Photo Booth on the default home screen IPAD. The image reflects the currently used settings iPad wallpaper, and is likely to replace the IPAD 2.
The developers of IOS version 4.3 beta 2 has a home page image icons used in the wallpaper settings, showing the standard icons in their selection of wallpapers to show how your selection will look. This new template file, or call the home screen overlay IPAD ~ FaceTime has three icons: FaceTime, camera, and PhotoBooth.
For applications and House FaceTime function as they do on the iPhone 4, which requires two cameras. It is unlikely that the camera application only take pictures of the front and numerous leaks IPAD two cases have shown a hole in a rear facing camera. The inclusion of the PhotoBooth application is the first time that the IOS platform and looks set to replicate the functionality of Mac OS X application with a number of fun effects and filters you can quickly add users, their families and friends “self-portraits. PhotoBooth is expected to also appear on the iPhone 4.
All three applications are: FaceTime, camera, and PhotoBooth. I do not think you need more evidence the IPAD 2 will have two cameras and, frankly, I do not need physical evidence to say that Apple is putting two cameras in its new generation tablet. When Apple unveiled the current IPAD, competition was virtually nothing and now we have compressed equipped with two cameras and many others are coming and will have a pair of cameras. But if you need physical evidence, then check out the photo below and tell how much money they are willing to pay for the IPAD 2!
House could mean a front or back facing the camera, and presumably work much like the iPhone or iPod Touch application, but the rumor here is a snapshot streaming service called Photo Stream that will raise the last 30 days of photos to MobileMe sync across all your devices for MobileMe, or shared with others. The inclusion of a separate camera application is suggesting that the company will go ahead and include two cameras instead of one. It is true that might just be for use with the front camera, but I’d suggest that Apple had stuck with only the Photo Booth application, if only as a front-facing camera. And the evidence aside, the lack of a camera looking back, no matter how practical it would be ammunition for competition from Apple in the compressed space. In addition, Apple could not sell the ability to switch between the front and back cameras as an added value features for FaceTime.
Finally, 9-5 Mac reports that Ping has been the ability to send notifications Push on IOS 4.3 beta 2. Apple has not yet set a release date for public iOS 4.3, and as with all beta versions, features are subject to change and the elimination or before the official release.