Talk about leaks, Apple has just managed to leak some iPad App Store screenshots on the web. They’re available below, for y’all to see, before the device hit the stores, a week from now. The images were uncovered while the folks of App Annie were trying to find details regarding the tablet. App Annie is an app tracking and analytics site.

It seems that Apple will be using the “HD” mark for applications that were modified specially for the iPad, or they just had their resolution improved. Of course, the new platform gets a couple of unique apps that you won’t see on the iPhone, like the $49.99 OmniGraffle, possibly as good and usable as its desktop version.

All in all, we think that Apple and their partners should try hard to differentiate the iPad from “the bigger iPod touch” that it seems, via new and original software.

[via Engadget]