David Tavares, the father of the Pear OS distribution, has just shared a screenshot on Google+, teasing Linux users with the iOS 7-inspired look of his upcoming Pear OS 8 operating system.
Now that iOS 7 has finally arrived on iPhone, iPad and iPod devices, we believe that it's time for David Tavares to finalize his Pear OS 8 Linux distribution and release to public, a task that will take him a few more days (probably).
Looking at the screenshot above, we can see lots of resemblance with the newly released iOS 7 mobile operating system from Apple, and we have to admit that it looks pretty good.
Along with the release of Pear OS 8, David Tavares will also prepare a few other nice surprises for Linux users (especially for those who were overly-critical when they heard about him), such as Google Drive client for Ubuntu, called SyncDrive
, and Pear Dev Center, an app that will give anyone access to the Pear Apps sources.