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iTunes and App Stores get a new look to accompany OS X Yosemite

Next week we’ll most likely see the arrival of OS X Yosemite in addition to new iPads and Macs. THE iTunes 12 it already has a look similar to that of the new desktop operating system, but even then Ma's content stores were the same.

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Today, however, that has changed: developers and users who are testing the beta version of Yosemite (like me) are already able to view the iTunes Store (music, movies and podcasts) and the App Store with a new design too, of course, following the changes implemented in OS X 10.10.

Check it out below (click / tap on the images to enlarge):

New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

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New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

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New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

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New iTunes / App Store, with OS X Yosemite look

It looked pretty, right? Who was left out of this redesign was the iBooks Store, which is now accessed only by the iBooks app. But until the Yosemite launch, it is very likely that the book store will also get this new look.

(via 9to5Mac)