iOS 7 Beta 2 Adds Support for iPad, iPad Mini
When iOS 7 Beta was initially seeded to developers the day of the WWDC 2013 keynote, the software only supported the iPhone and iPod touch; support for the iPad was to come soon whatever the reasoning behind that. It's possible that after having been rushed through a major design and feature overhaul Apple was a little behind.
As of Monday afternoon’s seed
of iOS 7 Beta 2, Apple's mobile tablets are now supported by iOS 7 beta. Support extends whether the iPad is a Wi-Fi model or a Wi-Fi and cellular model; the iPad 2, iPad with retina display (3rd and 4th generation), and iPad Mini can now run the beta software.
iOS 7 adds many new features, most of which are easily usable right from the multiple iPad models like on the iPhone or iPod touch, but the larger canvas really adds to the enjoyability of the aesthetics in the new interfaces, which are a major part of the upcoming software update.
iOS 7 Beta is currently only available for developers and the software will be released to the public some time in the Fall.