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Apple Adds 6TB and 12TB iCloud+ Storage Tiers

What To Know

  • These new tiers offer storage capacities of 6 terabytes and 12 terabytes, catering to users with substantial storage needs.
  • While the average consumer may not require such vast storage, these plans are particularly beneficial for professionals like photographers and filmmakers, especially considering the significant camera upgrades in the new iPhone 15.
  • 99 per month for 2TB of cloud storage.
  • Based on this structure, it’s estimated that the 6TB and 12TB subscriptions will cost a maximum of $30 and $60 per month, respectively.

Apple recently unveiled two new subscription tiers for iCloud+, its cloud storage service, as part of its iPhone announcement. These new tiers offer storage capacities of 6 terabytes and 12 terabytes, catering to users with substantial storage needs.

While the average consumer may not require such vast storage, these plans are particularly beneficial for professionals like photographers and filmmakers, especially considering the significant camera upgrades in the new iPhone 15.

To put these new plans in context, Apple’s existing pricing structure includes $0.99 per month for 50GB, $2.99 per month for 200GB, and $9.99 per month for 2TB of cloud storage.

Based on this structure, it’s estimated that the 6TB and 12TB subscriptions will cost a maximum of $30 and $60 per month, respectively.

This pricing aligns with Google’s cloud storage plans, which charge $24.99 per month for 5TB and $49.99 per month for 10TB.

In addition to expanded storage, iCloud+ subscribers also gain access to privacy features like Hide My Email and Private Relay.