Apple’s New iCloud Pricing Plan Gives You A Terabyte For $25

Apple’s New iCloud Pricing Plan Gives You A Terabyte For $25
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Apple just made its new iCloud pricing plans official. Here’s what extra storage in Apple’s walled garden is going to cost you in Australia.

  • 5 GB: Free
  • 20 GB: $1.29 each month
  • 200 GB: $4.99 each month
  • 500 GB: $12.99 each month
  • 1 TB: $24.99 each month.

These prices are way cheaper than Apple’s previous pricing structure. But they’re still more expensive than what Google charges for storage on Google Drive. Apple tax, I guess.