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Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced internet storage service iCloud at WWDC 2011. - AFP Photo/Kimihiro Hoshino

Apple ups iCloud storage to 2TB, hinting at 256GB iPhone

Friday, 2 September 2016

Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced internet storage service iCloud at WWDC 2011. - AFP Photo/Kimihiro Hoshino
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced internet storage service iCloud at WWDC 2011. – AFP Photo/Kimihiro Hoshino

AHEAD of a special presentation on September 7, at which the iPhone 7 is expected to be revealed, Apple has increased the upper limit on optional iCloud storage up to 2 terabytes.

A monthly plan priced at $19.99 USD covers the 2TB limit for file storage backups, while previous tiers for 50GB ($0.99), 200GB ($2.99) and 1TB ($9.99) remain.

Following a previously established ratio linking iCloud storage and iPhone internal storage, the move accompanies the launch of a 256GB iPad Pro.

With the iPhone 7 assumed to emerge on September 7, speculation has intensified (per 9to5Mac and others) over the new handset’s potential to match that 256GB capacity.

Source by: The Star Online

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