HDR wasnt revealed until iOS 4.1, although you are correct about FaceTime.It's definitely left out of this beta and will appear in a future beta (compatible with iPhone 5).
Apple doesn't announce features for future appear before the hardware is unveiled (ex. iOS 4 preview didn't mention HDR/Facetime until the iPhone 4 was unveiled itself).
That I am - I would assume 720P video at 60FPS. Then the iPhone 5S would do 1080P video at 60FPS.Are you saying the hardware in the iPhone 5 is capable of 60 fps?
The 5 has very similar camera hardware to the 4S. The latter, under iOS5, was capable of half-vertical-resolution recording at 720p60 (bu not under 1080p). This feature was taken away in iOS6 - that is, no 4S can record at anything over 30 fps under iOS6 any more. (See THIS for more info on the halved vertical resolution; HERE is an article on iOS6's removal of this feature.)Are you saying the hardware in the iPhone 5 is capable of 60 fps?
- In all iOS6 versions.I remember Apple removed the feature at some point (no idea why, perhaps these apps were using a hacky method to achieve 60 FPS