Apple iCloud 2TB upgrades 1TB users at no extra cost
Apple iCloud 2TB: A latest new update from WWDC, Apple has to increase iCloud storage. Apple iCloud has removed the 1TB storage tier and replacing it with the 2TB tier at $9.99 (roughly Rs.650) per month.
That leaves four options for iCloud now: free 5GB of storage to every user, $0.99 per month for 50GB of storage, $2.99 per for 200GB, and $9.99 per month for 2TB. Free storage (unfortunately) is stuck at a mere 5GB for now.
The company claims that the user who purchased the 1TB plan is automatically upgraded to double the storage, that is true because I purchased the plan of 1TB is automatically upgraded. Here, you can see the mail from the Apple.
|Hello Gaurav, |
Thank you for keeping your most important data safely stored in iCloud.
We have good news for you — your iCloud storage has increased from 1TB to 2TB at no additional cost. Twice the storage means you can keep a lifetime’s worth of photos and videos safely stored and enjoy them from all your devices.
Your monthly price of $9.99 will remain the same, and you can start using your new 2TB iCloud storage plan today.
The iCloud Team
Comparing with competitors:- $9.99 for 2TB of storage is a pretty good deal when compared to competitors: Google Drive and Dropbox charge a similar $9.99 per month, but for the only 1TB of storage, while Microsoft OneDrive maxes out at 1TB for $6.99 a month. Now, you can store more data, personal pictures & videos safely online.