Googling for what's news in Android Lollipop, I came across the concept of skeuomorphic design for the first time. I understand that this term means a digital design that retains aesthetic features from its physical origins.
I've also read about the examples, e.g. wooden bookshelves in iBook, but hope to see a side-by-side pictorial comparison of the recent move from skeuomorphic to flat design by both Apple and Google. Being a regular consumer, I've actually NOT noticed this move until I read about the concept.
Disclaimer: This question is from an ordinary smartphone user, not a UX designer.