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In a groundbreaking move, Apple has just introduced two colossal storage tiers to its renowned iCloud+ subscription service, shattering previous limits and propelling storage capabilities to unprecedented heights. This announcement marks a significant leap forward for Apple, as they venture beyond the 2 TB threshold for the very first time.
Dive into the New Storage Dimensions: Every Apple ID is entitled to a complimentary 5 GB of cloud storage. However, for those seeking to expand their digital horizons, Apple offers a range of paid iCloud+ subscription plans, granting access to 50 GB, 200 GB, 2 TB, 6 TB, or an astounding 12 TB of storage.
These plans also come bundled with an array of premium features, including iCloud Private Relay, Hide My Email, and Custom Email Domains, ensuring users have a secure and customized online experience.
Currently, subscribers can enjoy 50 GB of cloud storage for just $0.99 per month, 200 GB for $2.99 per month, and 2 TB for $9.99 per month. The newly introduced 6 TB iCloud+ plan comes in at an attractive price of $29.99 per month, while the monumental 12 TB option is available for $59.99 per month.
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In comparison, Google’s 5 TB and 10 TB storage plans are priced at $24.99 and $49.99 per month respectively, making Apple’s offerings exceptionally competitive in the market.
These expanded storage tiers are a game-changer for users who have already maximized their 2 TB storage from iCloud+ and an additional 2 TB from an Apple One subscription. To further elevate convenience, the cloud storage pool can be shared among up to six individuals through Family Sharing, facilitating effortless collaboration and access to crucial files and data.