First OS X 10.10 Yosemite photo leaked ahead of WWDC unveil


We are a few minutes away before Apple’s WWDC kicks off, but the leaks haven’t stopped. Mashable’s Lance Ulanoff has posted a photo of the iMacs Apple will be using to preview OS X 10.10 later today.

OS X 10.10, codenamed Yosemite, will boast a design similar to iOS. The design is also consistent with the photos that leaked earlier today. In addition to the translucent dock with iOS-like icons seen in the above photo, OS X will also introduce a new Control Center with shortcut to system settings and other options, as well as a new Notification Center which too borrows design cues from iOS 7.

As mentioned above, we are minutes away from the start of WWDC 2014. You can watch the live stream of the event here.

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