Apple released a different design for its iCloud services through the iCloud beta site. The login screen now looks super flat, and the web app icons have been completely changed only to match what is included on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch when running iOS 7. iWork for iCloud programs, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote still look comparatively the same, though they haven’t yet been released to the public.
iCloud’s new design includes many of the same changes we’ve seen in iOS 7. This includes a flatter design, more fonts, and an animated background on the main page.
As of now, it looks as if anyone can log into the iCloud beta page, even users without developer accounts. After playing around with it, the new main background seems natural and more redefined than ever. This new design is meant to be pushed to the public alongside the release of iOS 7 in the fall.
Now, the famous app versions of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, and Reminders almost match their iOS 7 in both appearance and function. iCloud doesn’t contain the flashy transparency effects that Apple has added in iOS 7 . As for “Find My iPhone”, it has also been redesigned with a brand new look, though it still relies on Google Maps for location data over Apple’s own solution. Presumably Apple is working to have the new iCloud ready alongside iOS 7 when the mobile OS is released to consumers.