Office for Mac hasn't received the same love from Microsoft as the Windows version. As a matter of fact, the last version for Mac was released as Office 2011, but it seems things may change in the near future. Recently, some images of the alleged Outlook 16 for Mac surfaced from Chinese shores, giving us a sneak peak at the software's interface and design.
Microsoft is yet to officially unveil the productivity suite, but the screenshots posted by the folks at CnBeta shows an overhauled design, making it more intuitive and simple. The folks at the Chinese website posted a screenshot of almost every aspect of the software, so it seems they have a working build in hand. There are a few new design changes, and icons, which closely follows Microsoft's new design language.
There are not enough details about the feature set Outlook 16 will come with, but its mentioned that it will come with full Retina support, as well as seamless integration with cloud services as well. It's also said to be better integrated with Microsoft's suite of apps for improved sharing and collaboration.
Currently, it's only Outlook 16 for Mac, but now that it has leaked, it shouldn't be long before we get to see other apps from the Office suite see the light of the day. If that happens, we'll make sure you get to know about it as soon as it happens.
We've already seen pre-release bits of the Office 16 for Windows a few days back showing some new features, a new black theme, and more. You can check it out here.
In the meantime, head over to the source link below to view the complete gallery of screenshots for Office for Mac, and let us know about your thoughts.