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September 25, 2010

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Thanks for the strong feedback!

Many have sent us feedback that the camera position is likely the iPod's sensors. Did we jump the gun? Maybe. When looking over some nine iPad designs from China in the last 24 hours, there were new features to examine. But there were also some designs that clearly didn't have a light sensor or camera and others that did. We stepped out stating it's a camera. Time will tell if the camera appears where the light sensor is or if we misinterpreted the designs.

At the end of the day, we appreciate your honest feedback.

Cheers
Jack Purcher


With apps like "camera A" and "camera B" you don't really need a camera for ipad.

After iOS 4.2 maybe we can use our itouch for a FT cam! After all apple has shown one set up that way in past patent applications.

FT being an open standard means some app dev should be right on it.

Frankly does the iPad needs a camera in the back. I believe the front camera for facetime is more important and appropriate.

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