A Look at the UI of OS X Yosemite vs. OS X Mavericks

A Look at the UI of OS X Yosemite vs. OS X Mavericks

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Pixelapse has posted a look at the new UI in OS X Yosemite versus the current OS X Mavericks UI.

Not surprisingly, Apple updated its desktop OS to match iOS 7's design language. The new OS X now embodies a brighter and flatter styling, coupled with icon updates, font changes, and translucent materials.

Check out some of the interface comparison graphics below or hit the link for more. Also, we'll be posting some more detailed information on the changes in Yosemite. You can follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS to be updated when we do.

A Look at the UI of OS X Yosemite vs. OS X Mavericks

A Look at the UI of OS X Yosemite vs. OS X Mavericks

A Look at the UI of OS X Yosemite vs. OS X Mavericks

A Look at the UI of OS X Yosemite vs. OS X Mavericks

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bcharusa - May 19, 2015 at 1:47am
I am tired of inflated new egos, Yosemite sucks I don't need the improvement!! I just do not need a headache in ten to twelve minutes of using it. Period
Nat - May 19, 2015 at 1:50am
Yosemite is the beastly OS X I have ever used. It's a guru gem of the past versions I have used. I bet you can't last using it all day like me for $100.
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Min Lungelow - August 27, 2014 at 11:18pm
This redesign looks like garbage. I'm sick of this flat design aesthetic everyone is adapting for their OS styles, and I'm sick of companies trying to make everything more like their stupid mobile OSes. if I want to experience iOS7, I have an iPod touch for that.
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Vidyadhar - October 22, 2014 at 6:44am
UI on Yosemite is not a good experience at all. I don't like the calculator app (its look and feel). Still have to explore and see how the experience is with regard to other functionality. Doesn't look like much has been done from functionality point of view. May be I am wrong. Actually, I hope I am wrong!
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grave hole - October 22, 2014 at 11:02am
You are. Not much in functionality? They made products more connected than ever, iCloud is a big boost, Safari doesn't have so much clutter, and you get more things to do in most apps.
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