I noticed during the keynote Phil Schiller said that when a camera has such good optics, quality, etc. they call it an "iSight" camera. Well the iPhone 4S' camera isn't called an "iSight" camera? what's the deal? I feel like with Tim Cook at the helm he's trying to bring Apple back to its roots a little bit what with the iPad and the iPhone being displayed in signature Apple white and the cameras now being iSight. It's like they're trying to make the iPad more of a "Macintosh" And this isn't a bad thing. I like this new direction. What do you guys think?