Just a day ago, HP announced really bad news about their WebOS supported devices that they are going to kill them, not actually the tablet also the all other things which compete with Apple’s iPad and iPhone. So after killing all of the devices, today someone at the secret lab of HP told The Next Web that they have also tested WebOS on the Apple’s iPad by performing some kind of hacks on it. In testing of HP’s WebOS on iPad, they just found that WebOS working pretty faster on iPad 2 than the Touch Pad, actually ran twice up on iPad than HP’s recently released Touch Pad.

 “The hardware reportedly stopped the team from innovating beyond certain points because it was slow and imposed constraints, which was highlighted when webOS was loaded on to Apple’s iPad device and found to run the platform significantly faster than the device for which it was originally developed.

According to the deep report, it is reported that HP engineers run WebOS on iPad as a kind of web app. It seems to be really interesting news for many, who wondering the same thing to try with their iOS device, It also shows that through HP’s way, many companies can also run android on iPhone for testing before releasing their device.