Apple revamps iCloud website for web; This is what it looks like now

Computer giant Apple has just launched an improved and updated version of its iCloud website after launching new iPhones, iPads and other gadgets, allowing customers to access all the information stored on their Apple devices, including iPhones, iPads, iPods, etc. Users will have a remote access option including emails, contacts, calendars, etc. Although the new upgrade looks better and is currently in beta testing, it is available to all users.

All users are now redirected to the updated iCloud website after visiting the official website and logging in. It presents programs as editable tiles that look like iPhone home screen widgets. This feature provides instant access to all of Apple’s iCloud apps, including Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Photos, Drive, Notes, Reminders, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and Find My.

With the new design, a user can access all data remotely. Additionally, users can control storage across the platform, different plans, and even data retrieval. The redesign allows for customization, so clicking a “+” will add objects to the screen and clicking a “-” will remove an existing tile. Therefore, users can change the thumbnail size according to their needs by reducing or enlarging it.

Even though the revamped iCloud preview is still in beta testing, the small amount of testing seemed stable. However, there is no official launch or statement from the company at this time.

Apple had a busy week as it rolled out new updates like iOS 16.1, iOS 16.2 developer beta, iPadOS 16.1 and macOS Ventura. Not only that, Apple launched new iPhones, iPads, Apple 4KTV and other devices within a month.

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