Thursday, February 29, 2024

Apple launches with a new design


Apple has released a new iCloud website design. After several weeks of beta testing, the web interface now comes with larger tiles that display more information directly on the home page. They are similar to the appearance of widgets in iOS. Also, Apple allows users to redesign the site according to their own ideas.

Until now, only the icons of Apple’s various iCloud apps were displayed after you signed in. Now, for example, the number of saved images and videos, as well as a preview of the most recent photos, are displayed next to the photos. The iCloud Drive tile also offers quick access to recently edited files. Something similar is offered for the calendar and notes.

Users now also get a quick overview of how much memory they are already using and, if they are paying customers, what rate they have reserved. A faster way of data recovery is also available to recover deleted files, bookmarks and other data.

The “Customize Home Page” button launches a mode similar to the edit mode in the iPhone Springboard. Here you can remove tiles, add new ones, and arrange existing ones differently.

With the improved page, Apple is also taking into account the fact that the number of Apple services tied to iCloud has increased over the years. The website is accessed through

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