We have already seeded a lot of crap rumors to our readers regarding the upcoming iPad 3 or iPad HD launch in the upcoming week, along with some additional launches of the devices like Apple TV 3rd Generation. However, it is pretty clear at the moment that few Apple employees are already playing out with the upcoming next-generation device with some special iOS version editions installed on the devices to debug most of the errors on the device before the public launch.

Apple is expected to launch the iOS 5.1 along with the release of iPad 3 in the public, and the Apple TV 3rd generation. But now the reports are hinting that Apple has actually started working on the earlier beta previews of the iOS 6, and already equipped coupe of iPad 3 or some other prototype devices with the iOS 6. The report directly comes from the Ars Technica publication that reportedly highlights some of the visits to their web-server from the Apple Campus in Cupertino, California. The publications reportedly claimed that they had received some web-hits from the Apple Campus, using the latest device along with un-talked iOS 6 version.

Well it is not a big discovery, because we believe that Apple has genius mind geeks in their campus that are very known to all of these tricks, and they have left out some of their footprints on the third party web servers. However, Apple has not yet announced anything regarding the iOS 6, and even does not seed any of the iOS 6 beta version to the developers.

It is now expected that Apple may demo the iOS 6 along with the introduction of next-generation iPad 3 on the upcoming week media event, scheduled to happen on March 7th.