Purported Look At iOS 7 Running On iPad Surfaces On YouTube – [VIDEO]

Purported Look At iOS 7 Running On iPad Surfaces On YouTube – [VIDEO]


Following those screenshots of iOS 7 running inside Apple’s iPad simulator which we shared with you earlier this week, the folks at 9to5Mac are tonight reporting that a new (purported) video has surfaced on YouTube from Russian user Rozetked, which apparently claims to show the new OS running on Apple’s full-sized iPad.

Citing that it is “currently unclear” if the video – entitled, “Exclusive: iOS 7 на iPad” – is demonstrating a “legitimate version of the upcoming operating system,” the site goes on to note that what we’re seeing here “does look like an accurate representation” of what we can expect when that iPad beta drops for developers, next week.

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Particularly interesting are the apparent changes to Notification Center, which appear to suggest the feature will only take up part of the iPad‘s screen real-estate, unlike the screenshots taken from Apple’s iPad simulator in the iOS 7 SDK, which initially suggested Notification Center may arrive as a ‘fullscreen’ feature.

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Control Center is also shown as running at the same width as Notification Center on the iPad does, today, with the apparent lack of a ‘flashlight’ control also noticeable – (this would largely make sense, due to the current models of Apple’s iPad not having a rear-facing “flash” module).

Check it out for yourself on YouTube.