Apple Initiates Encryption for iCloud Email Services

Apple Initiates Encryption for iCloud Email Services

In a significant move towards enhancing user privacy, Apple has upgraded the security features of its iCloud email service. Now, every email sent or received through iCloud email benefits from end-to-end encryption, even when communicating with third-party email services.

This is a step up from the previous setup, where only emails exchanged between iCloud accounts were encrypted.

Apple Initiates Encryption for iCloud Email Services

Apple has not officially announced this update, but the modifications are visible on Google’s transparency report website. This site provides insights into the percentage of emails that are encrypted while they travel between Gmail and other email services.

We will continue to provide updates on this development as more information becomes available from Apple.

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