Apple launches new iCloud website with visual touches from iOS 7
This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 17, 2013.
Apple launched a new and revamped version of its website for the iCloud service, i.e. iCloud.com. The look is inspired by Apple’s iOS 7 operating system that is about to launch tomorrow for its set of iDevices, and is one last sneak peek into what kind of make over iOS has received in its latest iteration. Read on below the break to know more.
iCloud.com has received a complete overhaul in its looks on account of the impending launch of Apple’s next gen mobile operating system. The iCloud service is a major part of the way that Apple devices work in general, and getting the crucial web client the same level of detail as its mobile counterpart seemed to be an obvious choice for the Cupertino company.
iCloud.com offers access to mail, calendar, contacts, reminders, notes, Find my iPhone, along with 3 apps from the iWork suite that are in beta – Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. All of these apps notably have flat iOS 7-like icons in the web client as well.
The iOS 7 look for the iCloud.com website has already been available early to beta testers for over a month, but the app icons were not in the iOS 7 style as they are now.
iOS 7 will be available on compatible iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads from tomorrow. If you have any/ all of these devices, the wait’s almost over!