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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Apple changes storage plans on iCloud


After the World Conference of Developers yesterday, Apple continues to present interesting news , now it's the turn of iCloud and its different plans of storage in the cloud with great news for people who need a lot of space.

New iCloud storage plans

After seeing many new features in the WWDC 2017 (both hardware and software), Apple has updated and simplified its different price levels in iCloud storage plans.
Official iCloud website
Official iCloud.com Website
From now on, the 1TB storage option will no longer exist, Apple has decided to remove that option in exchange for more storage in the cloud. Those of Cupertino increase to 2TB the most expensive storage option of their service in the cloud. The 2TB storage option has gone down in price to 9.99 euros per month (just what was previously costing the 1TB storage plan that has disappeared today). The major changes come in the higher storage plans, Apple decides that customers get more storage space for less money.
The price of Apple's iCloud 50GB and 200GB storage plans remain unchanged, so if you had one of these plans, you will not see any major developments.
The new prices in the different storage plans are as follows:
  • 50GB: 0.99 euros
  • 200GB: 2.99 euros
  • 2TB: 9.99 euros

Changes to storage plans are now available

Although these changes were initially applied to Apple users in the United States, the same changes have been made in other countries where iCloud is available to users. The 1TB storage options have been removed from the entire Cupertino company storage list, while the 2TB storage option is now available instead of the previous storage option.
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Changes to storage plans on iCloud
Many users have been waiting for Apple to increase the free iCloud storage option, but after today's update, iCloud free space continues in the 5 GB free. On iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra, Apple offers an option to share a 200GB or 2TB iCloud storage plan with different members of the family, which is another good reason to choose one of these iCloud plans.

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