Apple has extended its iCloud storage to 2TB

While just a week remains to Apple’s next flagship iPhone 7 being unveiled, the world’s most prestigious tech giant has extended its iCloud family store to 2TB for $19.99 for a month whose previous highest storage was 1TB for $9.99 a month.

Compared with the world’s biggest search engine Google, the price of Apple’s iCloud 2TB store for $19.99 in a month is almost similar. Google Drive’s 1 terabyte costs $9.99 for a month, but if the same is compared with Microsoft then Apple’s 2TB storage price is slightly high because Microsoft is providing 1TB store for $6.99 in a month for its clients.

Oh, by the way, Apple’s new arrangement is not supplanting a past one, so regardless you’ll still have the capacity to pay $0.99 a month for 50GB, $2.99 for 200GB, or $9.99 for 1TB and as well as Mac and iOS clients who don’t pay for iCloud likewise get a default measure of 5GB for absolutely free.

However, as Apple doubled its iCloud storage from 1TB to 2TB just a week before coming to its next iPhone 7 generation. Therefore, we may guess that it is another forecast that on September 7 (the date of Apple’s iPhone 7 series launching day) Apple will surprise its clients with more storage like 256GB on its at least up-coming iPhone 7 Plus or Pro. Who knows? It may happen because a rumor already suggested this, according to 9to5mac.com and if we look back Apple’s history of launching events then we can see that Apple loves to surprise its clients on its launching events rather than saying anything in advance about its upcoming products.

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