Hi guys, I've noticed quite a few students in my class are using their iPhones to record the lectures at Uni. I think it's quite a bright idea, as long as you have the time to revise and re-watch every lecture. After all, I'd probably stick to taking notes in MS Word, which I use to revise, later on. However, on several occasions, I've been thinking - why doesn't the MacBooks have a camera which could be flipped, in order to caption objects in front of you as well? I believe I've seen PC's with that feature. By doing so, I could record classes, while taking notes. Then I realized, if I'd skip using the MBA in classes, and rather bring my iPad Mini and a Bluetooth keyboard, I could perhaps use the iPad to shoot video of the presentation, while simultaneously taking notes in Pages for iPad. But of course, the iPad stops shooting video as soon as you leave the camera app. Mind you, I'm still on iOS 6 on my iPad - perhaps this has changed in iOS 7? Otherwise, is there an App or hack that allows me to shoot video while in another app? No, I don't want to use my iPhone for shooting videos, as my 16GB model is already out of space. Thanks in advance!