The iOS 7 theme for Windows 8 (and 7) is intended to emulate the look of Apple's mobile operating system, but because of the nature of Windows being a desktop-like environment (despite the recent touch-based support), it arguably appears more similar to OS X. Not that this is a bad thing though. The folks behind this skin seem to have found a nice balance between the two, and considering how Apple is also in the process of amalgamating its two key ecosystems, the crossover doesn't come as much of a surprise.
Although there tends to be a gap of several years between each new iteration of Microsoft's Windows operating system, Apple runs a much more regular release cycle, and despite releasing OS X Lion only last year, its successor Mountain Lion looks geared up for a late summer release.
If you're one of those users who miss their eye-candy in Windows 7 but love the way Mac OS X Lion looks, you'd really like to make use of this transformation pack by HamedDanger. This transformation pack will transform the way your Windows 7 looks into the next-gen Mac OS in a jiffy.