Now that we know a thing or two about the upcoming release of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS 7, it is time to begin thinking about how the operating system is going to work on each and every device. This includes both the iPhone and iPad.
At this point, we don’t have much information on iOS 7 for iPad aside from what the company has shared on its website.
A growing number of people are beginning to wonder what the new Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) operating system will look like on the iPad, as opposed to the iPhone.
While we won’t know for sure until Apple pushes this information to the public, there is more and more information being leaked. For example, Apfelpage.de recently posted some photos demonstrating how a few apps will look on the new operating system. These images come via an iOS 7 iPad simulator in Xcode 5.
Here is a brief excerpt from the article, explaining where things stand right now:
“The beta to registered developers on the iPad is still in the house. However, all users have to wait until the fall to use iOS 7 functionality. It is interesting that the flashlight function in Control Center is available for the iPad. And so far the iPad does not have a LED flash. Possibly could so the 5th Generation of the iPad 2 and the Generation of the iPad mini will receive an LED flash.”
Everybody has their opinion on how Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS 7 will appear on the iPad. While the time will come soon enough, for the meantime all we can do is sit back and ponder what the future is going to bring. One thing is for sure: we can expect just as much from the iPad version of iOS as the iPhone.
As you begin to review some of the images on the next page, courtesy of Apfelpage.de, pay close attention to the finer details of each one. What do you like? What don’t you like? What do you see in Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS7 that is going to make your life easier? These are the types of questions to answer.
It will be interesting to see once and for all how the new iOS 7 displays for iPad. Until we have more from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), all we can do is rely on the images that are floating around.