Apple's Mail app tracks its history back to the NeXT days. As one of OS X's cornerstone apps, Mail is an absolute essential for most new Mac users who want to send and receive email messages. The software supports IMAP, SMTP and POP email protocols, and works with just about any major email service including Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, Google's Gmail and more. In Mavericks, Apple improved scrolling smoothness, and also improved email rendering speed. Messages download faster and it's now possible to view maps inline, thanks to integration with another Mavericks feature, the Maps app. It wasn't all a walk in the park, however — many Gmail users had loads of problems with Mavericks Mail, though Apple ironed out most of them by the time OS X 10.9.4 was released.
iOS 16 is improving the Mail app experience by allowing us to schedule and undo sending of email messages. Plus, we can even use a Remind Me feature to resurface lost emails to the top of the inbox.
Alongside iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15, Apple has also debuted its redesign for iCloud Mail on the web.
In the latest beta update to iCloud Mail on the web, the user interface and experience have been updated to match macOS Big Sur.
As confirmed on the Apple Support System Status page, both services are currently having "issues" according to Apple.
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