Apple It will launch several products in October, including the new iPhone Pro, iPad and a 16-inch MacBook, among others. However, the news regarding any of its websites They also seem to be falling, and the beta version of iCloud has received a fairly deep redesign, inspired by the still in beta phase iOS 13.
The operating system would be presented next to the new iPhone, having left clues its beta version that the date chosen would be September 10. Meanwhile, the iCloud website has been seen with a renewed design, which comes hand in hand with news on the main screen, a new reminder application and so on.
This is how the new version of iCloud Web will look
Above, the new design of iCloud. Below, the previous one.
Federico Viticci has shown how the new design of iCloud Web looks in its beta version, completely different from what we currently find. First, on the home screen, we see that almost everything has been changed at the design level, from the size of the icons launched by the apps, to their distribution.
At the level of these apps, the great novelty comes from the hand of the Reminders, who leave their old interface in favor of a new design much more current, very similar to the one we found on the iPhone. Similarly, the iCloud Drive web app wins a cleaner design, in which white is the protagonist (as in the whole new iCloud).
– Federico Viticci (@viticci) August 23, 2019
The news can be tested in the beta version of iCloud although, in our case, from Mojave, we have not been able to activate the new design of the reminder application. However, less than a month left for Apple present news, which would include this new design of your iCloud website.
Via | Federico Viticci
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