Macrumors.com recently discovered images in the developer release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2 that they claim confirm the existence of three new camera-related Apple apps set to debut on Apple’s next-generation iPad. Two of the apps, Camera and FaceTime, are really no surprise considering Apple’s obvious initiative to push FaceTime across all of its devices.
The third app, however, will be a pleasant surprise for many Apple fans. It appears Apple is adding an official PhotoBooth app to their camera suite for iPad. PhotoBooth for Mac is a fun, simple application that uses the iSight camera to replicate the function of a photo booth, as you might expect, by snapping four quick shots in succession with just enough time to change between silly poses. It’s great for making fun profile pics among other things.
Macrumors also claims to have found evidence of several of PhotoBooth’s famous filters, including Mirror, X-Ray, Kaleidoscope, and several more.
The images that led to the discovery of these apps were revealed as static images used to show a preview of the iPad homescreen when choosing wallpaper.
Now that these future features have shown up in a beta build for iPad, the next big question is when, if ever, can we expect to see PhotoBooth for iPhone. We’ll keep you posted.