We told you that Apple released iPhone SDK 3.2 beta which includes the iPad Simulator, an excellent tool that is allowing developers to create and test applications for the new Apple tablet.
At the moment there is not much to work with besides a stripped down version of Settings.app and Contacts. It seems that other stock apps are hidden in the code, but you can’t access at this time – or there is not an easy way to access them. Because if you simulate an app, depending on your app, you can save photos to camera roll and access them from the camera roll, but there is no app on the Springboard. We also told you that , even though, the iPad lacks a camera, it seems that there is a built in feature for a future update or 3rd party cams.