Just last week, Apple quietly updated iCloud.com to reflect the changes they’ll soon be making in iOS 7. The updated look within iCloud.com was only available to registered beta testers, but today, Apple has removed the velvet rope to allow anyone with an Apple ID to check out the new and improved iCloud.com.
Now, before you sign in thinking all of iCloud.com will receive the iOS 7 treatment, you should know only iWork applications are currently available for you to check out, so don’t expect improvements to the Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders or Find My iPhone applications. Having the iWork suite available within your iCloud.com account would normally require some form of payment, which leads us to believe this is an open beta which Apple is allowing iCloud users to report any issues with the software prior to their official release.
We certainly wish this update would bring all of the iOS 7 goodness to iCloud.com, but we guess this is a good start as too much of a good thing would probably lead us to appreciate it less. Now get out there and start making your iWork documents, spreadsheets and presentations for work, or at least to help explain why twerking videos seem to be so popular these days.
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