I know this is somewhat related to another thread here, but I thought I'd ask more directly what people think might be reasons Apple went for improving the back-facing camera instead of the front-facing one? It seemed one obvious application of the new HD display would be to do bi-directional HD FaceTime chat. But that won't work. I can't imagine ever using the back-facing camera actually since my iPhone has a similar or better quality camera and it's easier to take out and use. I imagine Apple's consumer researchers are aware that most people nowadays have a decent phone or compact camera on them while using an iPad. So what was going on in the minds of Apple's management when they thought this out? It seems completely non-sensical to me personally, but obviously they're an extremely successful company so it is likely that I'm missing something obvious in their logic?