Apple launches new iCloud+ data plans

Apple has introduced a number of new iCloud plans for additional storage.

The maximum storage option for iCloud has been increased and there are now new 12TB and 6TB tiers. With iOS 17 on the horizon, those wanting more storage can take advantage of the 12TB option for $60 per month and the 6TB option for $30 per month. At this time, Apple hasn’t announced any annual subscriptions, nor has it revealed whether there are any savings associated with a longer commitment.


The new 12TB and 6TB plans join the mix of 50GB, 200GB and 2TB plans. The cost per month for 50GB is $0.99, while the 200GB and 2TB cost $2.99 ​​and $9.99 respectively. The new price points are multiplicatives of the existing plans. Apple may be making some storage changes to the Apple One bundle, which only offers up to 2TB for the iCloud service.


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