It was shortly after Sony's February announcement of the PlayStation 4 that the company provided a first look at the user interface of its next-gen console. Since then, Sony's been iterating steadily, making small changes here and there, but the latest batch of screenshots reveals a reassuringly similar appearance — it doesn't seem like Sony has found any glaring faults with the UI and is sticking to its earlier paradigm.
That's not to say that things are entirely unchanged, as the interface appears lighter in both color and clutter, with the user profile pages undergoing the biggest alterations. There are also a few shots of the companion app for iOS and Android, all of which can be perused on Sony's PlayStation Community forum.
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