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Apple Redesigned iCloud.com To Look Like iPad Screen

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On Wednesday, 16 November 2022, Apple launched a completely new and modern design of iCloud.com after several weeks of Beta testing. The new design is quite pleasing and fresh for all users as it features widget-like tiles for various integrated apps such as Notes, Mails, iCloud drive, Photos, Calendar, etc. The latest design is completely different from its past version, where only app icons were shown to link to web apps connected to your iCloud.com.

The new iCloud.com design resembles an iPad screen where users can see the latest mail received on their mail id, recent photos they have snapped, and much more at a glance. It also allows users to customize their homepage by placing desired tiles in particular places they like. Users can decide which apps to keep in a specific tile at the front and center of the homepage and which tiles they want to remove.

While these widget-like tiles will enable users to quickly see the latest activities or notifications in those apps at a glance, they still have to jump into the apps to take action on those notifications.

Users can create a new reminder, event, note, or mail by clicking on the “Plus” icon on the top right side of the screen. They can also use it to create new documents or pages. A menu option is also there to manage various iCloud+features, including Homekit Secure Video, Hide My Email, iCloud Private Relay, etc.

At the bottom of the homepage, users can now see the information related to their storage plan, such as how much storage is left or is in use. Certain data recovery options are also available there, like restoring deleted contacts, data files, calendars, etc.

All these features on the homepage will make the experience more seamless for frequent users of iCloud.com. The new design will be useful for those who quickly want to access the integrated apps on a PC or computer they don’t own that otherwise are available on their iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

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However, the new design doesn’t offer any groundbreaking features related to particular web apps or actions you want to take on them. It just provides you a quick glance at important updates and events on those apps to catch everything important in one place. Overall, it makes the whole viewing experience nicer and more streamlined now.

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