Apple has unveiled the company’s latest operating system at the Worldwide Developers Conference – the iOS 7, but the OS is still in beta and only available for iPhone and iPod Touch. It seems that Apple is behind on compiling the same OS for iPad and iPad Mini. Apple has not displayed how iOS 7 will look on different versions of iPads even at the conference.
However, the good news is that you can view how the iOS 7 will look on iPad and iPad Mini at Apple’s official iOS 7 page, and here’s a screenshot.
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In this image, we can see the home screen of Apple’s iOS 7 in its full glory on iPad 2, Retina iPad and iPad Mini (in that order). If we observe it closely, then it looks like there’s more space between two app icons on iPad, but the reason for that might be larger screen real estate on iPad.
The screenshots don’t say anything about new features like the revamped lock screen, multitasking, quick access settings and control panel, but we just hope to see them too in all their full glory on iPad.
For now, there’s no word on when we’ll be able to run the iOS 7 beta on iPad, but considering that the end user will be seeing it around September, Apple will want to give enough time to all of us to run the beta before the final release. The company wouldn’t want to provide a buggier OS in any case, and we just hope that the Cupertino company doesn’t make the same mistake as it did with Apple Maps before.