There are still two days left until Apple releases iOS 7, but the company is already working on iOS 7.0.1, iOS 7.0.2 and iOS 7.1 updates for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

That's according to 9To5Mac, which claims to have spotted several future iterations of iOS 7 in its web analytics.

The data indicates that Apple employees situated in Cupertino (the location of Apple's headquarters) and the surrounding areas are testing iOS 7.0.1, iOS 7.0.2 and iOS 7.1, which will likely bring improvements, bug fixes and support to iOS 7, the new mobile operating system Apple is set to rollout on Wednesday.

See: Will I be able to update to iOS 7 on my iPhone, iPad?

The iOS 7.1 update could coincide with the release of the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2, which are expected to be unveiled at a special event in October. The update would likely bring support for the new hardware, but could also bring new functionality to the software.

In the weeks following iOS 7's release on Wednesday, it's likely that Apple will release iOS 7.0.1 and iOS 7.0.2 updates to iron out any bugs or issues experienced by users of the new software.

iOS 7 will arrive on 18 September, and will bring a completely new design to the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch's operating system. The update also includes new features such as Control Center, AirDrop and iTunes Radio, although the latter isn't expected in the UK straight away.

iOS 7 will arrive ahead of the release of the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s on Friday.

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