Apple Launches 2TB iCloud Storage Plan prior To Official iPhone 7 Launch

Apple has presented another level in its iCloud storage plans by introducing a 2TB cloud storage for $19.99 every month. For Indian users, the new arrangement costs Rs. 1,300 every month. This move comes only a week prior to the iPhone 7 launch occasion on September 7. Apple is highly rumored to reveal the new 256GB storage variant, and increasing the iCloud storage plan appears to be positive strategic move. It must be noted that Cupertino based tech giant Apple had recently unveiled its 1TB cloud storage plan.

Apple iCloud storage

Extending to 2TB would follow the current iCloud storage pattern. The previous, 1TB, was about eight times as huge as the top storage model - 128GB. With the knock up to 2TB of iCloud storage accessible to users, Apple seems to maintain the same ratio for the anticipated 256GB storage variant.

Apple iCloud Pricing

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For users who are new to iCloud, will first require to sign up for the iCloud storage. The initial 5GB is free and after that, Apple offers plans for 50GB, 200GB, 1TB, and now 2TB too. In the US, these arrangements cost $0.99, $2.99, $9.99, and $19.99 every month respectively. In India, these arrangements cost Rs. 65, Rs. 190, Rs. 650, and Rs. 1,300 every month separately. One can check the price list for the different nations over here.

iPhone 7 Image

Regardless, Apple is going to uncover the iPhone 7 with its new storage choices one week from now. This year, Apple is staying with minor changes and hopes to break its tick-tock cycle. The camera on the 4.7-inch variation is pegged to get OIS, while the 5.5-inch model is said to have a double camera module. The organization is going to end the 16GB base variant to make way for the 32GB.

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