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.