WWDC is in full effect, and Apple has just announced the next iteration of OS X, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Yosemite looks even flatter and polished than last year’s OS X 10.9 Mavericks, and packs a ton of features that have clearly been adopted from iOS. OS X 10.10’s aesthetic design takes a page from iOS 7, delivering new app icons, sharp window and dock corners. Windows no longer have any illusion of depth, akin to the flatness of iOS 7.
OS X’s notification center has been revamped, showing reminders, weather and a “Today” view for calendar. Third-party app widgets can be added to the notification bar, although Apple hasn’t detailed just which apps will be compatible thus far.
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