Scosche has confirmed that it has officially cancelled development of its iClops iPad camera accessory, which had previously been tipped for release in March this year. SlashGear reader Afonso had contacted the company regarding the plug-in camera - which promised 2.1-megapixel stills or VGA-quality video on the Apple tablet - and been told that in fact the project had been axed.
Interestingly, Afonso was apparently told by Scosche that the decision was "due to legality issues that we had run in to"; however, Scosche's PR team tells SlashGear there were no legal issues involved. We've waiting on a full official comment from the company, and will update when we get it.
What it's looking like, however, is that the only way for iPad users to get a still/video camera on their Apple tablet is to wait for the second-gen model, expected to arrive later in 2011 complete with an integrated camera. The iClops was also billed as operating with the iPod touch, adding image and video support to versions of the Apple PMP that lacked camera functionality.