Apple revamps beta version of iCloud.com with iOS 7 style

Beta version of the site now shares the look and feel of Apple's upcoming iOS design revamp.

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Apple's design overhaul for iOS has spilled over to the beta version of its iCloud service.

A new version of the site (beta.iCloud.com), which has Web versions of some of Apple's iOS apps, now sports a similar look and feel to iOS 7, which Apple is expected to release next month.

So far, the changeover has affected e-mail, contacts, calendar, reminders, notes, and find my iPhone. The beta versions of Apple's trio of iWork apps, which Apple is still testing to users, remains unchanged.

The redesign is likely to roll out when iOS 7 is released, but could come sooner. For a peek at the various apps, there's a collection of screenshots below.

(via 9to5Mac)


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