iOS 7 is scheduled to come out later this year, but in the meantime, Apple is preparing to roll out the new style that’s included in the next version of iOS to a number of its properties. We already heard Apple was preparing to make some changes to its AppleCare service to adopt some of the visuals included in iOS 7, and today we’re hearing the company has rolled out some changes to iCloud.com that makes it look more iOS 7-ish.
As of now, only the iCloud.com beta site for developers has been updated with iOS 7-inspired visuals as the icons for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone have been updated. Not only have the icons for these applications received the iOS 7 treatment, but the Web apps themselves have also been updated to reflect the new look of the upcoming software update.
Having its iCloud.com updated to reflect the changes Apple will make to iOS 7 is certainly a step in the right direction to make all of their properties reflect the upcoming change. If you happen to be an Apple customer who doesn’t like the upcoming look of iOS 7, it looks like you”ll be out of luck as pretty much everything looks like it’ll reflect those changes.
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