Apple’s 2TB iCloud Storage to cost you $20 a month

In case this new option does not appear for you, go to the iCloud menu option in your device’s Settings and tap on the “Buy more storage.”

Apple has finally found a solution towards stopping that annoying message of “full storage” for iCloud: the company is now offering 2TB of cloud storage for just $20 a month.

Ahead of its September event, Apple has updated its iCloud pricing list  to include this new option. 9to5mac has further reported that that Cupertino is likely to launch its 256GB iPhone 7 during in Apple’s September event.

If this rumour is worth its salt, then your options open up even further: iPhone’s bigger storage option will now allow you to save more your picture folders on iCloud when the next MacOS, dubbed Sierra, comes out.

However, if you decide not to upgrade, you could always stick to the iCloud option.

Do check on Apple’s website as to how much the 2TB will cost in your country of residence. In case the new option isn’t in the list, just go to the iCloud menu option in your device’s Settings and tap on the “Buy more storage.”

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