On the eve of the release of iOS 7, Apple has flipped the switch on its redesign of its iCloud.com Web service.
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The new look is a fresh start for iCloud, which has in the past had a decidedly un-modern feel. Apple had previously enabled a beta version for some customers, but it should now be live for all.
Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone have all gotten the iOS 7 flat treatment. The beta versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote, however, look a bit out of place with their traditional interfaces.