During Apple’s iOS 7 reveal press event, the company showed a lot of love for the iPhone version of iOS 7 as we didn’t get many details in regards to how the iPad version will look and feel like. A few days later, we caught a glimpse of what iOS 7 will look like on the iPad and iPad Mini, and today, we’re seeing some new screenshots of what the iPad version of iOS 7 will look like.
German site Apfelpage leaked a number screenshots of what iOS 7 will look like running on the iPad by using the simulator feature of Apple’s XCode developer platform. For the most part, there’s nothing out of the ordinary as much of what we saw in iOS 7 on the iPhone is available on the iPad, including many of the design changes, new icon set, core apps and new Control Center.
One change we did spot is iOS 7′s new Notification Center, which now takes up the entire screen instead of just a portion of it when it’s pulled down. Whether or not Apple decides to keep Notification Center to take up the entire screen on the iPad is to be seen considering a beta version of iOS 7 for the iPad is yet to be made available.RELATED
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- Seen at: apfelpage.de