some eager, and French, beavers dug up Apple's own iOS 7 on iPad marketing images, which are interesting if not particularly revealing.

Apple didn’t demo iOS 7, which has both praised and scorned, on an iPad on stage at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday. However, some eager, and French, beavers dug up Apple’s own iOS 7 on iPad marketing images, which are interesting if not particularly revealing.

Apple has released iOS 7 beta for the iPhone, but not, alas, not for either the iPad or iPad mini.

French website iGen.fr spotted the goods (image above) from the future and made the following observations:

One can for example see the Photo Booth icon (third from left in the third row of icons), representing two pictures on a solid red background. At first glance, Apple iOS has no opportunity to add a 7 Weather app for the iPad, too bad.

Which is’t surprising given that Apple doesn’t include a weather in the currently shipping version of iOS for iPad.

To say least, however, it will be more than interesting to see how Apple works out the design challenged, ugly icons included, of making iOS 7 on iPad to its various iPads…

What’s your take?

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