Today at WWDC, Apple gave OS X a design overhaul that's just as huge as its namesake. Yosemite is bright, sharp, and flat as hell. But while OS X now looks more like iOS, iOS and OS X are also more alike than ever. Apple is finally—finally—establishing a consistent design language across its platforms.
The iOS and OS X ecosystems may not be merging, but they're certainly better friends than before, with Apple's "Continuity" resulting in iDevices being able to finish off where the other left off, plus answer SMS and calls.
Just when we're finally getting used to iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks, it's time for Apple to reveal what's next in the future of these platforms. WWDC 2014, Apple's annual developer conference is happening in San Francisco's Moscone West starting at 6pm Monday.