Apple Introduces $20/mo 2TB iCloud Storage Plan

Apple has currently launched the new 2TB iCloud storage tier, just over a week from the launch of its latest iPhone 7. The new 2TB plan, which is the largest plan available, will set users back $19.99 per month.
 
The timing for this particular plan seems quite interesting giving ways to rumors of potential 256GB version of the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus. This would go on to double the storage of the upcoming largest iPhone storage amount, which is 128GB.
 
Apple has already launched a 2656GB iPads for sale, and it is important to keep in mind that the upcoming iPhone might reportedly feature a 32GB base too.
 
Another thing which you need to consider is macOS Sierra’s latest feature, which goes on to allow the Desktop as well as Documents folders to live on iCloud Drive.
 
Apple is also providing its users with the following available plans:
  • 5GB for free
  • 50GB for $0.99
  • 200GB for $2.99
  • 1TB for $9.99
Apple has currently updated its iCloud Storage Plans and Pricing page in order to reflect the new storage tier.