The recent overhaul of iOS forced many people to think about the upcoming overhaul of OS X system. We already have seen numerous concepts coming out illustrating OS X and iOS mixture for MacBook and Mac lovers. However, it appears Apple executives took the stage to clear the air about the mixture of iOS and OS X.
According to Apple executives, the OS X and iOS interface will never mix, but Apple will introduce slightly changes to OS X system to look similar to iOS user-interface. Mark Gurman of 9to5mac, also got his hands on the information that makes him so sure about the upcoming changes in OS X 10.10 update.
Gurman says that Apple will again borrow some elements from iOS 7 interface to improve OS X interface, but they will not perform a complete overhaul of the interface and let users dislike their systems because of extra white look.
The upcoming OS X 10.10 update said to be featuring flatter look like iOS 7.x running devices. The update will make some changes to user-interface, and make the new OS X 10.10 update a little flatter than earlier versions. As predicted several times that Apple is coming to a point where they will mix iOS and OS X together to make a one simple user-interface for Apple users but as Apple executives clears out the air. The upcoming updates will focus on other features of iOS than bringing iOS interface to bigger screens.
We have seen Apple bringing OS X features to iOS, and iOS features to OS X. The upcoming update will bring Siri and AirDrop support on OS X with iOS devices, but things are still messy to comment at the moment.