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Apple’s iCloud Beta Gets an iOS 7 Makeover

by Brandon Russell | August 14, 2013August 14, 2013 11:20 am PST

Apple’s beta iCloud website has undergone an iOS 7 redesign, eliminating all signs of Scott Forstall’s skeuomorphic tendencies; the linen, leather and analog look have been completely replaced by Jony Ive’s vision of what Apple’s ecosystem should look like. Whether you like the look and feel of iOS 7, the designs look pretty slick in a Web environment—really elegant and intuitive.

The iPhone maker’s iCloud beta lets users access many of the familiar services, including Calendar, Mail and Find my iPhone, though it also introduces Apple’s iWork suite of apps, including Pages and Numbers. If you haven’t used iOS 7 just yet, and want to get a glimpse of what the experience is like, you can see what a stripped down, more layered Apple ecosystem through the iCloud beta.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell likes to rollerblade while listening to ACDC.

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