With only few hours for the WWDC, someone uploaded images of the upcoming and well rumored Mac OS X 10.10. The images leaked were undeniably blur, but gave a glimpse of the upcoming Mac OS X. Code named as Yosemite, Mac OS X 10.10  has been redesigned to look like the current iOS 7. Although the image was not that clear, but the design had revamped notification center and icons.

As reported earlier, the new design will have sharp corner and non skeuomorphism icons. It has a revamped Notification Center, Dock and Safari browser. Everything, including the Control Center, is now aligning with the iOS.

As far as these images are concerned, we were able to spot some changes in the Safari browser. It’s without any doubt that the Safari would align perfectly with the minimal theme of the Mac OS X 10.10. The icons have been re-positioned with a bookmark search. Though it is unclear whether the search is of the bookmarks or of the Internet, images leaked shows that the query is being searched on the Internet as well as among bookmarks.

Till the Mac OS X 10.10 is officially announced, we are unable to a give any comment on the genuineness of these images. These images were posted on Reddit Mac community, but were having a time stamp of March 24th. Later they were removed from the Reddit community.


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