Apple began beta testing a new version of iCloud.com back in May, and the changes have now rolled out to the official version of the site. As noted by 9to5Mac, the updated site is now available to all iCloud users, and features both Reminders and Notes apps that sync with their iOS and Mac counterparts. Both take heavy design cues from the iPad versions of the same apps (including some rather questionable font choices).

Find My iPhone has also received some tweaks, with the web app now offering a "lost mode" that works in conjunction with iOS 6. According to Apple, the new feature wil allow users to lock their device if it's stolen or lost, and send a contact number to the phone. Anyone that finds it can call the owner back at that number without being able to unlock or access the rest of the phone. The mail web app has also received some minor tweaks.

Apple made no mention of the revamped iCloud website in yesterday's keynote, but with several of the new features syncing up with specific iOS 6 counterparts, Cupertino no doubt wants to get customers familiar with the additions in anticipation of the operating system's launch on September 19th.