iOS has remained virtually unchanged since its launch in 2007. Just home screen, scored square icons with rounded edges, and a dock with permanent icons at the bottom. Over time icons became glossier, shinier, more polished, detailed and with shadows. But there is nothing revolutionary. Same story is with OS X. The last grand redesign came in 2007 with “The Leopard”, which gave us a lot of what we see today on our Mac. Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion added features: cloud integration, gesture, but it’s an evolution, not a revolution.