With iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS updates rolling out, Apple shows it hasn’t forgotten about iCloud Mail. Mail is getting a new update to its web interface. As a result, the software is more similar to the offerings you find on the company’s iPads and Macs.
The new design of iCloud Mail for the web has been in beta since June. That will change now, because the update is available to everyone. If you’re already familiar with the iPad and Mac apps, you know what to expect. The design is actually taken from these two apps from Apple.
Update for iCloud Mail on the Web
You don’t have to do much for the new design. When you sign in to iCloud and then go to the Mail option, the environment is automatically updated by the Cupertino company. You will then have access to new fonts, a neat user interface, and a small window in which you can write new emails.
In addition, Apple releases updates to iCloud Mail users using iCloud +. Two features have been added, Hide My Email and Custom Domain. With the first function, you can create your own email address to which mail is sent, which can be deleted at any time.
New Features for iCloud +
This way you hide your real email address to someone else. Emails sent to the generated email address forward the messages to your actual email address. With custom domains, you can send and receive emails from your own domain. There is support for a total of three email addresses.
iCloud + is a premium service from Apple that coexists with iCloud. For a fixed amount, you get access to additional functions, which free users cannot use. Moreover, iCloud Mail is also receiving an update for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. These updates are now too Available.
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