iPad SDK hides Safari and Mail.app

If you are a developer and have downloaded the 3.2 iPhone OS SDK beta 2, you can find and open the Safari.app by spotlighting it in the iPad emulator. From there you can play with tabs and the homepages and see extra features. You can then open the Mail.app by activating a mailto: link on a Safari website. Some screenshots follow:

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