I don’t know, but I doubt it has anything to do with the camera, whether they have the capacity or not. All they need to be able to cope with is to receive an enable or disable command. Likewise with the sync unit, arm and disarm. Everything else will be managed from the server. You put the schedule in your app, it’s uploaded to the server, and the server sends out enable/disable or arm/disarm commands as necessary. This would also have the benefit of not needing the app to be running on your device for it to operate. Could be turned off, or battery flat, for example.
Like I say, don’t know, but seems to be a logical approach. On this basis the server could cope with it in exactly the same way as the current sync module scheduling, you’d just have to have somewhere in the app to create the schedule in the first place, per camera.
How ever it would be done, I have no doubt it could be done, and maybe they are working on it, but we won’t find out until it’s released, if past experience is anything to go by.