iCloud.com Gets Flat (iOS 7) Makeover

Apple redesigns iCloud site in accordance with upcoming mobile software

  iCloud redesign (out of beta)
iCloud.com has new face featuring flat graphics and iOS 7 iconography in what is a clear indication of where things are headed for Apple’s human interfaces.

iCloud.com has new face featuring flat graphics and iOS 7 iconography in what is a clear indication of where things are headed for Apple’s human interfaces.

Recently out of beta, iCloud.com is now available with a fresh new look to everyone with an Apple ID.

Offering 5 gigs of online storage and state-of-the-art cloud services like Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, and Reminders, the redesigned iCloud.com is now an extension of your iOS devices.

iCloud also includes features borrowed from the Mac, such as the Find My iPhone interface, and Apple’s iWork productivity suite, with its respective Pages, Keynote, and Numbers applications.

Notably, Apple has yet to update the graphics of the iWork apps. All three still use iOS 6-style graphics, but I have to say I’m not desperate to see these get the iOS 7 makeover. They’re fine just the way they are, in my humble opinion.

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