Up until now, we had only seen iOS 7 in action on the iPhone, but an image hidden at the bottom of Apple’s iOS 7 site reveals how the OS will look on tablets.


iGen, thanks to their keen eye, spotted an image which pretty much the entire world had missed. Why is this image important? Well, only because this is the first (and official) look of Apple’s latest iOS 7 mobile operating system on the company’s tablet devices, namely the iPad and iPad Mini.

iOS 7 on the iPad iPad Mini

The image shows Apple’s iOS 7 running on the iPad 2, iPad 4 (retina) and iPad Mini tablets (we haven’t been able to differentiate between the iPad 2 and iPad 4 in the image posted above).

iOS 7 looks exactly like you’d have imaged on larger displays. The same, spaced-out layout can be found, which is also the case with previous iterations of the OS. Of course, the icons grid is much more tightly packed on the 4-inch iPhone 5 screen than these 7.9-inch and 9.7-inch babies.

So what do you think? Does iOS 7 look good on Apple’s tablets? Share your take with us.

Source: iGen via 9to5Mac