Monday, June 24, 2013, 01:50 pm PT (04:50 pm ET)
First look: Apple's latest iOS 7 beta debuts on iPadWith Monday's release of iOS 7 beta 2, the next-generation operating system is now available for developers to test for the first time on the iPad and iPad mini.
iOS 7 is compatible with the iPad mini, third- and fourth-generation iPads with Retina displays, and the iPad 2. Unsurprisingly, its appearance is largely identical to its counterparts on the iPhone and iPod touch.
Here, AppleInsider offers a peek at what iOS 7, in its current beta form, looks like when running on the iPad.
On Topic: iPad
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- Apple's online store begins taking preorders for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3