Jun 25 2013, 3:25am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Apple has released iOS 7 beta version for both iPhone and iPad on Monday morning. Yet Apple did not release any hands on video of iOS 7 for iPad. Apple still made a compulsory requirement for developers to sign a privacy agreement. After signing the agreement, developer's names will be enrolled to get an early access to beta versions of iOS and OS X.
There are many hands-on videos popped up after the release of iOS 7 beta 2. These unofficial videos show the features and working of iOS 7 on iPhone and iPad devices. 9to5Mac has also released a hands-on video of iOS7 working on an iPad. It is given below:
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