“Website visits from devices running the unannounced iOS 7 have seen a significant increase in recent weeks, as Apple gears up for the mobile operating system’s official unveiling at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June,” AppleInsider reports.
“Traffic from devices running iOS 7 tracked by AppleInsider has spiked over the last week, server logs show,” AppleInsider reports. “While the number of iOS 7 devices was relatively flat through April 29, appearances of the operating system grew significantly on April 30, and have persisted ever since.”
AppleInsider reports, “A similar increase has also been seen by tablet optimization company Onswipe, TechCrunch reported on Wednesday. iPhones and iPads running iOS 7 seen online have IP addresses that can be traced to Cupertino, Calif., and San Francisco.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Yes, we are seeing it on our server logs, too, with hits from “iOS 7” starting on May 1: