While all eyes this week are on Apple’s new software, including iOS 15, watchOS 8 and macOS Monterey, the company is also bringing some new features to its web apps. More specifically, the web version of iCloud Mail gets a redesigned interface, which is currently available in beta.
When accessing the iCloud beta site, users will find an updated version of the Mail web app. The new design is more similar to the current Mail app available on iPad and Mac, as it has a cleaner interface with thicker icons.
The former Mail web app, which remains accessible via the official iCloud website, still has remaining elements of the iOS 7 interface with super-thin fonts and icons. Now it looks like Apple is finally bringing a more modern look to the iCloud network, starting with Mail ̵
Another difference between the old and new iCloud Mail on the web is the mail composition panel, which now appears in the same window, while the old one brings the composition panel in a separate window.
Check out some screenshots below comparing the two Mail web app versions:
While there is no word on when the new iCloud Mail on the Internet will be available to everyone, Apple is likely to switch to the new design later this year with the release of iOS 15 and other updates. To try the new iCloud Mail web app, just sign in with your Apple ID at beta.icloud.com.
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