Apple just changed how much you’ll have to shell out for extra cloud storage — and in a good way.
One of the many announcements at Apple’s annual developers conference, WWDC, was new iCloud pricing and a family plan.
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The first big change is the elimination of 1TB storage. Instead you can buy 2TB for $9.99 per month — that’s what the 1TB cost before the changes. Other storage options are 50GB for 99 cents per month or 200GB for $2.99 per month.
You still only get 5GB of free storage when you sign up though — sorry.
@Apple aye My G y’all need to show love to the Apple family and update everybody iCloud storage at least 10Gb because that 5Gb ain’t shit ?
— SGCLK? (@TiggzBadAzz) June 6, 2017 Read more…
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