Facebook has waited too long to introduce an iPad application. The company is expected to officially unveil the app any day now. But thanks to the folks at TechCrunch, we now know more about it. They have discovered that the code for the iPad version of Facebook app was hidden inside the iPhone version. TechCrunch’s MG Siegler has been able to even test the app.
Interestingly enough, this piece of code seems to have been added with the latest Facebook update that was pushed to the app store yesterday. From the pictures we have seen, the interface does look sleek and dynamic. As @AeroEchelon explains, you can easily test this for your own:
A video tutorial on how to do this has already been posted to YouTube (though we have not tried it yet):
It has taken Facebook a long time to develop an iPad version of its app. The one leaked seems pretty decent. We all get to test it before it is officially released which is always nice.
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