MacRumors has nabbed a screenshot of Apple's developer release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2 revealing FaceTime, PhotoBooth and Camera apps on the desktop of the iPad 2.
OK, so this isn't really all that surprising, but it just helps confirm what we already suspected: the iPad 2 will get at the very least one camera on the back and (in all likelihood) a front-facing VGA cam as well.
In case you've forgotten, we can add the cameras to the growing list of rumored specs, including a dual-core processor and a retina display.
There's almost no way that Apple could NOT release a second-generation iPad without at least one camera at this point, or many, many people (or at least Macheads) are going to be very disappointed.
[Image via MacRumors]
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