Email apps are available for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers, if you prefer to access your email from a mobile device rather than a desktop computer. They do, however, offer a web-based client available for individuals who want to work that way. However, for the longest time possible, the web version has largely ignored. At least until earlier this year when Apple Updates iCloud Web Mail Design.
Apple released a new design interface for iCloud Web Mail in June of this year. This would essentially make the online interface more similar to the interfaces that customers have already accustomed with on their iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers. It’s results in a cleaner and more modern appearance. Fortunately, if you’ve been looking forward to this feature and want to give it a shot. It’s now open to everyone who wants to use it.
Previously, the modifications were in beta, which meant that not everyone could take use of them; however, now that it is available to everyone, you should be able to see the new adjustments that Apple implemented. No action is necessary on your part. All that has required is that you log into your iCloud account and you should be able to see it there immediately.
Additionally, in addition to the new design, Apple has included a number of new capabilities. It includes Hide My Email and Custom Domains, both of which have previously unveiled at WWDC 2021 earlier this year. For customers of iCloud+, which are basically those who now pay for iCloud storage, this feature will be made available to them.