A new screenshot discovered in the latest beta release of iPhone OS 3.0 shows a video recording interface for the Camera application, Mac Rumors reports. Accessed by changing configuration files to tell the OS that a video camera was present, the screenshot shows an interface similar to that of the current Camera app, but with a slider in the lower right hand corner for selecting between video and still capture modes, and a red recording dot in the center of the shutter button. In addition, other references to currently unavailable features were found in the configuration files, including text referring to an “auto-focus camera,” “magnetometer,” also known as a digital compass, and “Voice Control.”
Update: Boy Genius Report has published yet another set of screenshots from iPhone OS 3.0 showing evidence of a video recording feature, along with a new status bar battery percentage indicator. The first screenshot shows a revised version of the Photos app with tabs at the top for “All,” “Photos,” and “Videos;” the screen also shows the videos section displaying a “No Videos” marker with the text “You can take videos using the camera.” Also visible in the screenshot is a battery percentage indicator, which can be toggled on/off in the General>Usage Settings app menu, and a Voice Control menu option, the specifics of which are not yet known.