iSight 2 will have motion features! Grapevine comments
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More good news on iSight version 2.0!
You heard it right here folks! Motion sensored iSight, current codenamed "bobblebip" after a bobble head doll, the new iSight camera can follow motion or sound in a room and adjust itself to follow! Ultimiately this will make the iSight 2 the cheapest movie set making camera in the history of the world and leapfrog Steve Jobs to further stardom!
Steve Jobs is OBSSESED with this new project and even keeps a prototype with him at all times, even to his recent hospital visit. He calls his prototype "Tofootie" after a wild jungle girl he once met airing the mountain tops of chanez, below the ducts of windsor.
Some of MacOSRumors most reliable sources expect the new iSight soon (50% reliability) while the remaining (55% reliability) goes towards a more distant introduction. The iSight 2 has very hard requirements such as Mac OS X 10.3.5 and a G4 processor no less than 1GHz for proper operation. A new version of iChat that will support motion features, the grape vine says, deep deep in the vine, all tangled up, that the peanutbuttersplatter...woops. wait... where were we? oh the new iChat will support multiple motion features and will be released on CD with the iSight 2.
All in all, we are thinking of preordering the second this puppies are unleashed for the hounds because we'd like to pick up at least 50 of these, one for each of the BLM employees that support and run MacOSRUmors and Xserses.coms.