That's pretty much all we got from the Reuters report, which only really had a couple of salient sentences.
The report tells us that 'A Reuters eyewitness saw what appeared to be a working model of the next iPad with a front-facing camera at the top edge of the glass screen at a press conference to mark the debut of News Corp's Daily online paper in New York on Wednesday.'
Then Reuters goes on to quote a source, presumably someone 'familiar with the matter' as the New York Times likes to say, who 'confirmed its existence' while adding that 'the final release model could have other features'.
Wow. Like what, a third camera? Perhaps they're talking about the improved speaker, a dual-core processor, more RAM, a second 30-pin dock port, a potential new iOS 5.0 that will whip Android OS 3.0's posterior, a more powerful battery and other much-desired features?
If so, the Reuters source didn't say, although you'll be pleased to know that 'the final release model could have other features'.
The wholly expected commentary from Apple or News Corp? A big fat zero as they 'declined to comment' - but as noted, would you expect anything different?
What is interesting is if Apple did indeed sneak an iPad 2 into the mix to see if anyone would notice - or if a potentially soon-to-be-fired employee did so behind Steve Jobs' back.
If so, Apple is clearly having fun with the press, and is enjoying its latest round of free publicity - again without having had to do a thing. Well, beyond helping News Corp design the iPad's first custom-designed electronic newspaper, with an eye-catching design that could well point to UI elements in the highly anticipated but as unavailable iOS 5.0.
Sadly, as has been noted 'round the web, despite the launch of The Daily containing a room full of presumably camera-equipped smartphone wielding journalists, no-one with a camera was able to take a photo of said iPad 2, a photo which would have unleashed a torrent of claims that the supposed camera might have been just a reflective bit of glare from an overhead light, or was photoshopped in to give the digerati/blogerati/twitterati something new to obsess about.