iCloud.com updated to match iOS 7 design cues implies future design of Mac OS X?

The beta.icloud.com website has been redesigned to match the design of iOS 7. Removing the linen and other Forstall-era design elements, this is the first display of Apple bringing iOS 7 design elements to the web.
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iCloud.com Calendar App redesigned to match iOS 7 design - Source: 9to5mac.com

iCloud.com Calendar App redesigned to match iOS 7 design - Source: 9to5mac.com

Apple updated iCloud.com recently and the design change was drastic to say the least. It has been redesigned with iOS 7 design cues with all forms of 'skeuomorphisms' removed and everything looks 'flatter'. The fonts have also been updated to match the iOS 7 fonts. iCloud.com is Apple's web service (in beta) for collaborating documents (Pages, Numbers spreadsheets and Keynote presentation) between different Apple devices (like Mac and iOS) and others (even Android and Windows) as well. So the design change of this iCloud.com (to match iOS 7) that can be accessed from a Mac indicates that Mac OS X might get iOS 7 like design very soon. Mac OS X Maverics has already seen some design changes towards iOS 7, like the Calendar App which looks flatter and with no skeuomorphisms. With the iCloud Apps also getting a redesign in this direction, it only makes sense for Apple to maintain an uniform design language across all its operating systems. It will be interesting to see what design changes are incorporated in final release of Mac OS X Maverics, that haven't yet been made public!

Mac OS X Maverics Calendar App redesigned to look flatter - Source: iMore.com

Mac OS X Maverics Calendar App redesigned to look flatter - Source: iMore.com