iOS 7 increasingly seen on site logs in run-up to WWDC

According to OnSwipe, a company that uses HTML5 to create responsive tablet-optimized web pages, an increasing number of iPhone and iPad users are access the web with iOS 7.

In the past week, OnSwipe saw an uptick in iPhone and iPad-sourced web traffic around Cupertino and San Francisco, based on geolocated IP address, running on iOS 7, meaning that the latest builds of Apple’s upcoming mobile OS are being tested outside the company’s campus.

On May 2nd, for example, 23% of OnSwipe-enabled web page visits located in Cupertino were running iOS 7. Apple will unveil the new mobile OS in mid-June at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, and a first beta is expected to made available to developers on the same day. Apple tends to release the first public builds of iOS at WWDC and slowly improves on it until the final version is released in Autumn, right around the same time as a new iPhone or iPad is announced.

Those looking forward to iOS 7 can expect a flatter design and better integration with the company’s cloud services.

Via: TechCrunch