With the release of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus drawing near by the day, Apple has recently introduced a massive 2TB iCloud storage option to its users.
According to IBTimes, there are reports that the new iCloud storage comes in different variant and is now available in North America, South America, Latin America and the Caribbean. The 2TB iCloud storage will be available for $19.99 in the US while the 1TB tier will cost $10 less. On the other hand, the 50GB and 200GB cost $0.99 and $2.99 respectively. The 5GB default iCloud storage upon sign-up remains the same.
The said gargantuan cloud data storages will also be available in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.
The major improvement in iCloud storage can be pointed to the rumored overhauled camera in the iPhone 7 Plus. It is said to have two lenses that is capable of taking high-quality pictures and videos, thus extra iCloud storage might come in a handy. There are also rumors that the said upgrade is in preparation for the upcoming desktop syncing feature of OS Sierra.
In line with the latest iCloud storage upgrade, Apple is also rumored to increase the onboard memory of the new iPhones by replacing the 16GB and 64GB options with 32GB and 128GB tier respectively. It might also launch a 256GB memory option.
Recently, Apple has announced the scheduled launch of iPhone 7 on Sept. 7 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. In the said event, it is expected to see some of the major changes and improvement in the latest flagship of the tech giant. That includes numerous hardware and software upgrades.
Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be out in the market with an expected price of $790 (32GB), $990 (128GB) and $1060 (256GB) for the iPhone 7 while $910(32GB), $1030(128GB) and $1180 (256GB) for the iPhone 7 Plus.