Last month, Apple applied the look and feel of iOS 7 to its iCloud website, but only in the website’s beta version. Now, as noted by 9to5Mac, the redesign has made its way out of beta and into the official iCloud website itself.
The unveiling of the new iCloud website comes just a day ahead of the release of the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The revamped site features a flatter look with new design elements, even including a dynamic wallpaper.
But the most notable changes are seen in the icons for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, and Reminders, which are the same as those used in iOS 7.
Note, though, that the iWork for iCloud programs, namely, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, seem out of place as they’re still represented by their old icons. What’s more, each of these icons bears a beta tag.
Apple is set to roll out iOS 7 tomorrow, Sept. 18. With this release, support has been dropped for the iPhone 3GS and the fourth-generation iPod touch. Supported devices on iOS 7 include: iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, fifth-generation iPod touch, iPad 2, third-generation iPad, fourth-generation iPad, and iPad mini. For more information, check out One Final Look At Apple iOS 7 Compatibility Ahead Of The Public Launch On Sept. 18.