The QuickTake digital camera was one of the misfit toys. It was launched in May 1994 for $749. The firs model named as quickTake 100 was produced jointly with Kodak and operated only with Apple computers. It was the first complete automatic camera for the customer. After that quickTake 150 launched that included window support and then 200 which had focus aperture control with removable storage.
There are two routes exist one can be unlikely and other can be likely. The unlikely option may be for Apple in order to launch a new camera on its own or with the help of partnership of camera maker. Apple would be the company that would be able to pull off an elegant, easy-to-use camera with a hard wireless implementation for backup and for data
However, I had seen lot of iOs in cameras with greater sensor, good lens and quick processing. The Apple does not make sense to devote time and money to discrete and single function devices.
Further, Apple is the company that would not bring the camera into the market of one type camera, it would provide the lot of choice for its customers and it would not be easy for any company including Apple. It looks like Android territory for a company just like Samsung to be involved with; because it already has it too has a digital imagining division and plenty of Android practice with its mobile phones.
With or without input of Apple third party manufacturer is creating a whole line of cameras with iphone dock instead of LCD. Because of this you might have your pick of lenses, quick processors and sensor. But all the apps access along with iClould and AirPlay support, mobile broadband and Wi-Fi.
The Apple does not finished moving into another category and it provides iphone users one more reason to change an Apple product.