Apple recently unveiled iOS 7 at its WWDC event, revealing a number of radical changes that will be a part of the mobile operating system. A Russian user has posted a video online in which iOS 7 is seen running on top of an iPad. According to this user, the tablet is running a tablet-optimized version of iOS 7.
Of course, there is no way to confirm the authenticity of his claim for now. However, the operating system seen running on top of iPad in the video does seem to be real, because it incorporates the changes that Apple has promised to include in the upcoming iOS 7.
The user-interface elements of the iOS 7 seen in the video rhyme well with what Apple showed off at WWDC. Especially, apps such as Music look well in sync with the images that Apple displayed during the keynote speech for iOS 7.
However, even if it is the authentic iPad-optimized version of iOS 7, it is not clear how the user could have possibly laid his hands on it. Apple hasn’t even seeded the iPad version of iOS 7 to its own developers which essentially means that the version is still not public by any means.
You can see the video posted below for yourself. If this turns out to be the real deal, at least you will have a glimpse of what is about to land on iPad slates in the coming days.