What you need to know
- Apple announced custom email domains for iCloud at WWDC.
- It is part of the company's iCloud+ plan.
- The feature is now available in beta online.
Apple's custom email domains feature for iCloud+ is now available online in beta form.
It means users of iCloud+, that anyone on a paid version of iCloud, can now test sending and receiving mail with up to 5 custom domain names, with three email addresses per domain available to each family member.
As you can see from the setup, you can choose a domain for just yourself, or for you and all of your family members.
Apple announced iCloud+ at WWDC, essentially adding a few extra security features and measures to all of its paid iCloud plans. From our explainer:
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