The Worldwide Developer Conference is closing in fast and a lot of people are waiting for Apple to reveal its latest iOS version at the event. Apple has officially confirmed that the new version of its iconic operating system is going to be unleashed upon the world in San Francisco, the event being scheduled for 10-14 June 2013. Apple marketing chief Phill Schiller actually stated the following:
"We canâ€™t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into (developers') hands at WWDC,"
AppleInsider has tracked some unidentified devices that have been apparently running the new iOS. And, according to them, traffic from these particular devices has intensified for the past week or so. How would one know these are actual devices that run the latest Apple operating system? Well, the team has been checking the IPs of the iPhones and iPads spotted using iOS 7 and turns out that they all lead straight back to Apple.
The tablet optimization site Onswipe has also delivered some news concerning iPads running iOS 7. It seems that in the tablet sector, the trend is similar, as reported by the AppleInsider. iOS 7 activity has spiked over the week. The highest traffic was recorded on May the 2nd when 23% of the visitors to the websites under the umbrella of Onswipe were using iOS 7 enabled devices.
The iOS 7 is the first operating system to be released from Apple under the guardianship of new Human Interface lead Jony Ive. It will be interesting to see if he really left a mark on the end product.