I'm not sure. Some of my pics are still gone, and I've even synced with my Mac since installing beta 3. If it were storing things on iCloud prior to the OTA update, it would have stopped and warned me, because I have nowhere near enough space on iCloud to store my entire photo library (~25 gigs originally, I have 15 gigs on it right now)Ok interesting thing... I also lost my camera roll pics because I had not backed up for awhile.
All of my lost pics just came back! Could the OTA update have stored them on the cloud and then restored them?
I also took a hit, but I'm guessing the developer builds turn on a lot of debugging and diagnostics that uses more power. I never get even close to stock battery life with a beta of iOS, whether it's 3, 4, 5, or 6.Only thing I have noticed is my battery life sucks now. Before iOS 6, my battery would be at 56% at the end of the day. Now, my battery is about to die when I go to bed. My usage has not changed at all.
I checked my voicemail and it is doing the same thing. I had several messages that the visual voicemail did not download.Is anyone having trouble with visual voicemail? I noticed people would call but never leave a message... I just checked my messages the old fashioned way and had 17 new messages not showing up.