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Leaked photos of upcoming OS X version show new iOS 7-style UI

Jun 2 2014, 5:11am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Leaked photos of upcoming OS X version show new iOS 7-style UI
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The iOS 7 influence can clearly be seen in the image and some older icons have also been retained

Only a few hours remain will the WWDC when all our questions will be answered finally and the guessing game regarding Apple’s plans would be put to rest. We are already sure of a few things and are expecting that the company will be showcasing the next version of its iOS and OS X operating system. However, the leaks will still keep pouring in till the final hour and this brings us to the images which we have just received.

The leaked pictures show the next version of OS X and there is no doubt about the iOS 7 influence here. The pictures show us quite a lot of translucency and a flatter UI for the application windows, which in this case is the Safari. The Control Center in one of the images is another interesting thing to note here. This can be accessed by two finger swipe from the left edge of the trackpad and along with this there is also the Notification Center which has also been updated with an iOS 7 style UI. Some old style icons have also been spotted here and the Finder icon seems to be the only new one.

 

source: reddit

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