Apple launches revamped iCloud.com website with an all-new design

Apple today launched a new design in iCloud.com after several weeks of beta testing. The page now features a colorful, tiled wallpaper for your Apple ID account and Apple apps like Photos, Mail, iCloud Drive, Calendar, and Notes. There’s also a tile with icons for additional apps like Find My, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and more.

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The page is customizable, and users can choose which apps appear on each tile or remove a tile entirely. The bottom of the page shows your iCloud usage and storage plan, as well as a link to recover recently deleted files from iCloud Drive and other apps.

In the top menu bar, users can click or tap the plus sign to create a new email, note, calendar event, and more. The menu also provides access to settings for iCloud+ features like Hide My Email, iCloud Private Relay, and HomeKit Secure Video.

Overall, the redesigned iCloud.com page provides a more streamlined experience that makes it easier to see information at a glance.

(Thanks Joern Hartmann!)

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