If you want to access your email on an Apple device, the company does include email apps on its iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers. However, they also do have a web-based client for those who prefer using that. However, for the longest time ever, the web version has kind of been neglected, at least until earlier this year.

In June, Apple unveiled a redesign of the iCloud Mail interface. This would essentially bring the web interface closer to what users are familiar with on iPhones, iPads, and Mac, giving it a cleaner and more modern look. The good news is that if you’ve been looking forward to this feature and trying it out, it is now available to all.

Previously, the changes were in beta so not everyone could use it, but now that it is available to all, you should be able to see the new changes Apple made. You don’t have to do anything on your end, all you need to do is log into your iCloud account and you should be able to see it.

In addition to the new design, Apple has also rolled out other new features which includes Hide My Email and Custom Domains, features that Apple had previously announced at WWDC 2021 earlier in the year. This will be available to iCloud+ users, which are basically users who are currently paying for iCloud storage.

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