- Jan 17, 2010
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Apple's iPad presently may not have the hardware for video conferencing but new details are now suggesting that it's in the future. Dig into the newly released iPad 3.2 SDK (Software Development Kit) and the proof is there. Engadet confirms this in a new article by saying:
Early rumors suggested Apple's tablet would have a front-facing web cam, but on Jan 27th many Apple fans were let down during the unveiling when it was missing.iPhone OS 3.2 contains rudimentary support for video calling. We're told that there are hooks to accept and decline a video conference, flip a video feed (which suggests a front-facing camera) and -- most importantly -- run the video call in either full screen mode or in just a portion of the screen. That means you'll be able to chat and do other things at the same time, which could mean there's at least some type of multitasking going on here.