The iPad may lack a webcam, but what it doesn't lack is creative app developers. Gizmodo reports that some enterprising devs have figured out a way to make up for one of the iPad's glaring shortcomings. The Camera A and Camera B apps turn your iPhone 3GS into an iPad webcam.
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The Camera A app costs $1.00, but B is free. Once you have both, all you do is switch Bluetooth on and open up the apps. Now you'll see everything your iPhone records on your iPad. You can also set it up to save photos onto both devices simultaneously whenever you take a picture. This app only works with the 3GS.