Apple might have used Microsoft Word to create iOS 7 (video)

You might think that a group of Apple professional user interface developers use sophisticated applications to design and write code, but would it be possible for them to simply use Microsoft Word instead? Apparently it is quite possible, Vaclav Krejci created a YouTube video that shows the iOS 7 Homescreen can be recreated using the Microsoft’s Word processor. You have to watch the video to believe it!

The YouTube video is getting close to the 1 million views, it’s about 10 minutes long and it guides you through all the steps and tricks to pull this off.

I got the feeling we’ll see this guy working in Microsoft or Apple pretty soon.

Source YouTube

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