An Italian blog reader, DjBeppee has successfully run the FaceTime app of iPad 2 on jailbroken iPad on iOS 4.3. The app is very similar to the iPhone version, but the extra real estate offered by the iPad clearly allowed Apple engineers to offer a FaceTime experience much closer to the Mac version of the app.
Like with every other versions of FaceTime, the interface is extremely simple. The menu bar located at the bottom of the iPhone app has been redesigned, and the control buttons, such as ‘mute’, ‘end call’ and ‘switch camera’, are now grouped inside a window located near the bottom of the iPad screen.
It is also important to note that the presence of FaceTime feature in iOS 4.3 also gives clue that Apple may launch iPad before launching any latest iOS and iPad come with iOS 4.3.
There is a lot to talk about iPad 2 but nothing is sure at this time. We have to wait for any official announcement so stay tuned for all the latest updates of iPad 2.