Earlier today, a lot of rumors have developed from the iPad SDK that seem to indicate that the iPad could have, and likely will eventually have, video calling capabilities. Moreover, evidence points to enhanced camera features that include a flash and zoom.
Digging deeper into the iPad SDK, it has been found that the iPad may be receiving more advanced photo management features not present in the current version of the iPhone OS.
Evidence points to the ability for users to crop and rotate photos that are existing or newly taken on the device. This adds the video trimming feature that debuted within the iPhone OS upon the release of the iPhone 3GS in June 2009.
It is likely the both the iPhone and iPad will receive such photo features if the SDK evidence stays true.
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