The first iOS 7 devices are up and running

by Doug Drinkwater

May 8 2013

Apple's WWDC will take place in San Francisco next month
Apple's WWDC will take place in San Francisco next month

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference and the expected launch of iOS 7 may be a month away, but it appears that the first devices running the operating system are already out there in the wild.

Onswipe, which uses HTML5 to deliver tablet-optimized websites, has told TechCrunch that it has seen a spike in traffic from iOS 7 devices in the last few days, especially around Cupertino and San Francisco.

The firm says that San Francisco accounted for 18.75% of iOS 7 traffic, followed by Cupertino with 17.9%. May 2 was the most popular day for the traffic, which came largely from iPhones (75%) but also from some iPads (25%) too.

Apple is expected to take the wraps off the new mobile operating systems at the WWDC in San Francisco, which takes place from June 10 - 14.

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