iCloud + custom email domains are now available in beta.

One of the features Apple announced during the WWDC21 keynote with iCloud + was the ability to customize the email domain. After two months, you can now do this on iCloud’s beta site.

As seen Apple Cefra, ICloud users only need to enter beta.icloud.com to create a custom domain. Scroll down for details.

According to Apple, iCloud + will bring some new features while users will still pay the same for the service. For example, here’s what the company says about custom email domains on its iOS 15 preview page.

Personalize your iCloud Mail address with a custom domain name, and invite family members to use the same domain with your iCloud Mail accounts.

Support for custom email domains in iCloud + is a notable addition to iCloud, and it brings features similar to the long-standing feature of Google Workspace and Microsoft 365. Email solution.

Not only that, but iCloud + also brings:

  • Private relay iCloud + headlining is a new feature. With private relay, all traffic coming from your device is encrypted and sent through two separate relays. Apple says no one, not even Apple, can access or view the data. This feature looks a bit like an Apple VPN.
  • Hide my email Is a new feature built into Mail, Safari and other services and allows you to forward random, unique emails to your central account. This means you can hide your email from services to increase privacy.
  • iCloud + also includes unlimited. Home kit secure video camera.. Currently, iCloud users are limited to five cameras per account, but this limit has been removed for iCloud +.

If you are enrolling in the beta program, just follow these steps to create a custom domain:

  • Open beta.icloud.com.
  • Click iCloud Settings.
  • In “Custom Email Domain”, click “Manage”.
  • Choose whether you want to create a domain for yourself or your entire family.
  • After deciding your domain name, add an existing email to redirect your messages.
  • Update everything and finish setting up your domain.

According to Apple, users can have up to five personal domains, while each of you and your family members can have up to three email addresses.

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