Apple unveils new design for with customizable tiles

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Apple's beautiful new redesigned iCloud webpage has exited beta and is now live for all users with an Apple ID.

The new iCloud website design
The new iCloud website design

The company previously tested the design on its beta website in October.

When people log into, they will see a set of tiles that shows information about their iCloud profile, Apple Mail, Photos, and iCloud Drive. At the bottom, a button lets users add, remove, or rearrange tiles based on other iCloud services.

Adding new tiles
Adding new tiles

Examples include the iWork suite and even the services for Hide My Mail and custom iCloud domains. Clicking on a widget brings people to the service's web app page.

Scrolling all the way to the bottom of the page shows a person's iCloud plan, the amount of storage, and Apple's data recovery service.

Read on AppleInsider


  • Reply 1 of 3
    Looks pretty but hasn’t improved functionality. In Notes, I still can’t see any of my shared folders or sub-folder on the left navigation bar. I can see my own folders, but as soon as I share one with someone else, it vanishes. The actual shared notes are still there, but only visible under All iCloud. C’mon Apple. How hard can this be to fix?  
  • Reply 2 of 3
    It is lipstick on a pig.  
  • Reply 3 of 3
    Can’t wait until 1.1 comes out
    and they fix everything  ;)
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