Our money is on the next model iPad including a built-in camera. More evidence has surfaced that Apple plans to integrate a camera into the iPad, or that the company abandoned plans to include a camera in the first generation while keeping it as an upgrade plan for next year. AppleInsider reports that Apple's iPad management profile policies clearly indicate settings for camera restrictions.
These profile policies are available to corporate users to configure the iPad for employees in the field. Some departments may not want their iPad cameras activated, and they will have the option of turning off the feature. Like other evidence that has surfaced in past weeks, it would appear that Apple may have abandoned plans to include a camera at the last minute before launch. The iPad hardware has perfectly fitted slots for an iPhone-sized camera behind the glass.