If you login to iCloud.com with your Apple ID you can access Apple’s Mail, Address Book, Calendar, Find My iPhone, and iWork apps on the web. Interestingly, beta.icloud.com briefly featured two more apps this morning that are currently unavailable to regular iCloud.com users. Apple pulled the icons after they were discovered a few minutes ago.
The beta version of iCloud.com revealed Apple’s plans to bring its Notes and Reminders iOS apps to the web. You would assumedly be able to see your notes and reminders as they are synced between your iOS devices by logging into the website.
We tried logging into this beta version of iCloud.com, but the site is only available to privileged Apple IDs. Apple was likely tinkering around with new features and didn’t mean for anything to be discovered, so the icon layout has already been pulled. We did get screenshots of the site design before Apple took notice.
Here’s the current iCloud.com layout for comparison:
This isn’t the only renovations to iCloud’s web portal that have been noticed lately. It was discovered that Apple was experimenting with push notifications for iCloud.com last week.
Thanks: Steven Troughton-Smith.