The iPhone 15 series introduces various new camera features, such as 24 MP high-resolution photos, ProRes at 4K60, and spatial videos. However, storage capacity on these new iPhones is still limited to 1TB. To address this limitation, Apple has introduced two new storage tiers for iCloud, allowing users to store their photos and videos on iCloud before running out of space. These new tiers offer the option to store either 6 terabytes or 12 terabytes of data. Starting from September 18, iCloud accounts now come in two larger storage options of 6TB and 12TB, enabling users to store more personal photos, videos, documents, and data.
The 6TB plan of iCloud+ is priced at $29.99 per month in the United States, while the 12TB plan costs twice as much at $59.99 per month. The pricing for these tiers in India is yet to be determined. Subscribers can share the additional storage space with up to six people through Family Sharing. Additionally, these new tiers provide access to other iCloud+ features like iCloud Private Relay and HomeKit Secure Video.
It is uncertain whether users will be able to connect their Apple One subscription to iCloud+. Currently, in India, iCloud+ is available in three tiers: 50GB, 200GB, and 2TB, priced at Rs 75, Rs 219, and Rs 749, respectively. Users can store a variety of data on iCloud, including photos, files, emails, passwords, notes, messages, contacts, calendars, and Safari bookmarks. iCloud also offers automatic data backups, allowing users to keep their settings and third-party app data up to date. Apple emphasizes privacy with features like Private Relay, Hide My Email, a custom email domain, and HomeKit Secure Video for secure storage and viewing of security camera footage.
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