Apple launches redesigned iCloud web interface


Apple has launched a new iCloud interface on the web for beta users. This new design is much more modern and customizable, with a tile-based interface that displays information from Apple’s various iCloud apps and services. This includes mail, reminders, photos, etc.

This new iCloud design launched today. You can access it through the beta version of the iCloud website, which is Apple operates this beta iCloud website alongside the standard website to test new features and changes before they are rolled out to the wider iCloud user base.

The new iCloud design provides quick access to all of Apple’s iCloud services. This includes Find My, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Photos, iCloud Drive, Notes, Reminders, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. You can also manage your iCloud account settings, including your iCloud+ subscription and associated iCloud storage information.

You can easily customize the homepage of the iCloud beta website. You can add different tiles for all the different iCloud apps and services and rearrange them based on which ones you use most often. You can also move them to make different widgets bigger or smaller.

At this time, it’s unclear when Apple will roll out this new iCloud interface to everyone. If you want to try it, you can go to the iCloud beta website here. What do you think of the new design? Let us know in the comments below.

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