A German site has posted images of Apple iOS 7 running on an iPad Simulator using Xcode 5, the official development tool provided by Apple.

Apple has officially announced its next-gen operating system, the Apple iOS 7. Apple iOS consumers who have a developer account can even go ahead and download the beta version of Apple iOS 7 for the iPhone. So even though iOS 7 is official, we have not been able to get a look at it on the iPad. But thanks to some iOS simulator images, we now have an idea about how iOS 7 will look and feel when run on the iPad.

Apfelpage.de, the German site has posted images of Apple iOS 7 running on an iPad Simulator using Xcode 5, the official development tool provided by Apple. These screenshots showcase some of the default apps on the device and give us a chance to check out how they would look on the iPad.

iOS 7 Calendar and Game Center
Calendar and Game Center
iOS 7 Control Center and Maps
Control Center and Maps

After comparing the images of Apple iOS 7 on an iPhone with those posted by the German site, it is clear that there are a lot of similarities between the two. The only difference will be that most of the apps on the iPad will provide more real estate and will have freely spaced buttons, options etc. thanks to the extremely large display available (when compare to an iPhone). Regardless of all these similarities, there is a possibility that Apple iOS 7 for the iPad could be different from what we have seen in the images from the Xcode simulator.

Apple has not yet released the beta version of Apple iOS 7 for the iPad. Hence even if you are a developer who has an Apple developer account, you will have to wait for a week or two for Apple to actually release the beta version of iOS 7 for iPad. And if you are interested in checking out Apple iOS 7 beta for the iPad as soon as it’s out, then be sure to stay tuned as we will have the update for you.

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