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| August 14, 2013
Apple Unveils A New Design For The iCloud Beta Website
Even iCloud is taking on the iOS 7 look. Earlier today, Apple unveiled a revamped design for the iCloud beta site. And as you can see, the Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, and Find My iPhone icons are now the same ones used in the next-generation OS. Other parts of the site also feature a flatter look with new design elements. Interestingly, the iWork for iCloud programs – Pages, Numbers, and Keynote – are still using the older-style icons. [caption id="attachment_451436" align="aligncenter" width="540"] The beta.icloud.com login page.[/caption] Currently in the fifth beta version, iOS 7 should be officially released to the public sometime this fall. With the so-called iPhone 5S widely expected to be unveiled on Tuesday, Sept. 10, the software should be available to download soon after. The main iCloud site is still sporting the older look. But that will probably change soon. For other recent news, see: Apple Shares Are Trading At Highs Not Seen Since January, Smartphones Finally Overtake Feature Phones Worldwide As Android Dominates, Now Is The Best Time To Sell Your Old iPhone, and Foxconn Enjoys 41 Percent Profit Increase Thanks To Apple's iPhone.