While iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 are likely to keep you occupied today, Apple also published an essential upgrade to iCloud jobs on the web.
iCloud Mail on the web has been redesigned by Apple today. Since June, the revamp has been in beta, and Apple jobs have made it available to all iCloud Mail users on the main iCloud website. The new style is reminiscent of the iCloud Mail app, which is now available for Mac and iPad.
In order to access the new design, just log into iCloud on the web and navigate to the Mail app. You’ll automatically get upgraded to the new design, which features new fonts, a cleaner user interface, and a smaller popup window for when you compose email jobs in your browser.
Apple also updated iCloud Mail today, adding the Hide My Email and Custom Domain capabilities available to all iCloud+ customers. Hide My Email lets you build a personalized email that forwards to your personal email address but can be erased at any time. Custom Domains enable you to send and receive email from your own domain, with up to three email accounts per domain supported.
iCloud+ is Apple’s premium iCloud service, which is available to everyone who pays for an iCloud tier. With iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, iCloud Mail received a minor makeover for the iPhone and iPad. Both software updates are now available for free download.