MacRumors reports that the release to developers of iOS 4.3 Beta 2 yesterday has revealed much more about what we can expect in terms of photography features for the iPad 2. A wallpaper preview image has been found in the beta that reveals icons for FaceTime, Camera and PhotoBooth apps, which all would appear to form part of a standard installation for the iPad 2. So I think we can now safely say that the next iPad will definitely have a front facing camera to enable video conferencing via FaceTime, a standard camera feature and PhotoBooth, which is a fun app that you can use to alter pictures that you take with various filters. MacRumors also found Thermal Camera, Mirror, X-Ray, Kaleidoscope, Light Tunnel, Squeeze, Twirl and Stretch filters in the beta. There’s still no concrete evidence as yet to confirm that the iPad 2 will have a rear camera, but all signs point to there being one.
Source: FaceTime, Camera and PhotoBooth Icons Confirm Camera in iPad 2 - Mac Rumors