Apple has brought its iOS 7-inspired iCloud.com webpage out of beta as it prepares to release iOS 7 to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch owners later today. 

The iCloud web client now sports a design that matches iOS 7, with the same dynamic wallpaper and the new, more minimalist icons. 

Previously in beta, iCloud.com gives users access to the emails, contacts, calendars, notes and reminders that they've stored in the cloud, and also offers access to Find My iPhone and the new Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iCloud, which each remain in beta for now. 

The iWork for iCloud suite (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) still has its old icons, but we expect to see new icons that fit iOS 7's new look in the near future. 

You can see iCloud.com's redesign by visiting www.icloud.com and logging in. It should help give you a bit of an idea of what to expect from iOS 7 when it is released today.

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