Last week rumours emerged that the iPad 2 would come equipped with two cameras, one on the back and one on the front. Today this rumour has taken a huge leap forward with a report detailing a company that they will supply the dual-cameras to Apple.
Largon Precision, a company known for being the supplier of the front and back cameras featured on the iPhone 4 has been reported as signing a deal to ‘broaden’ their partnership with Apple for future devices. They are the sole supplier of lenses to Apple so this is actually a pretty big deal, possibly strengthening the speculation. However, like most good rumours this one has yet to be confirmed or denied by Largon Precision.
The addition of Dual-cameras is pretty much a certainty with many users wanting to use their iPad’s with applications like Skype, MSN and of course Apple’s own Facetime. If included it would mean iPhone 4 owners could have ‘facetime’ conversations with iPad owners for the first time – ideal if you are away from home a lot or just like to be nosey.
Other rumours include the addition of a USB port, a second dock connector and retina display.
What would you like to see on the iPad 2?