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Apple has revamped iCloud interface on the web for beta users. This new design is far more modern and customizable. A slew of changes are coming to For the unversed, it is the website that allows users to their iCloud data and apps, including notes and photos. Apple is letting anyone test the new design for iCloud. Users need to visit and log in with their Apple ID.

Apple users can access the private information they keep in iCloud from any location through the iCloud web. This includes every image, text and other files they create on their iPhone or other Apple devices.

Apple brings a redesigned iCloud Website for beta testers

Everything on the preview page is customisable, just like your iPhone’s home screen. Separate tiles are available for photos, iCloud drive, Calendar, Numbers, Pages and Keynotes. To customise the page, all you need to select the button on the top corner that appears like a grid of icons and a “+” button gives you the ability to add items and a “-” button to remove existing tiles you don’t want.

It give users a customised homepage for a more individualised experience and makes it simple for them to access their most recent information. The new iCloud design features quick access to all of Apple’s iCloud services. This includes Find My, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Photos, iCloud Drive, Notes, Reminders, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. You can also manage your iCloud account settings, including your subscription to iCloud+ and associated iCloud storage information.

It provides a Customizable Homepage to the users

The new design looked more similar to the Mail app which was available on the iPad and Mac, as it featured a cleaner interface with thicker icons. However, it still lacks the ability to track the AirTag item tracker through the Find My web application. Currently, users can only check for devices and not items. It’s also unclear when Apple will update Find My, even though, AirTags are almost two years old.

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The new web interface is available at ‘’ for beta preview. It is unclear when the redesigned iCloud website will be available to all.

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