With the introduction of a video camera and onboard editing software to the iPhone 3GS, Apple is reportedly now setting its sights on bringing similar features to some of its other models.
The iPhone 3GS' video features have been a hit, driving mobile uploads of video at YouTube up 400%.
Now, according to a pair of reports, Apple may be planning to add cameras to future versions of the iPod nano and touch, as well as a built-in projector to a future iPhone.
Rumors have cameras coming to the nano have swirled for a while, and adding one to the touch only seems to make sense, as that model tends to inherit many of its features from the iPhone. Adding the projector seems exciting, though also potentially costly and heavy. Cameras could debut as soon as the fall, with projectors appearing late this year or early next.
No confirmation of this, of course, and I'll track it as the stories develop, but I'd be shocked if we didn't at least see cameras on iPods by 2010.