If you use an iOS or Mac device, then there’s also a good chance you could be relying on Apple’s iCloud storage services. While there are plenty of other storage services out there, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and so on, the fact that iCloud is integrated into iOS and macOS gives it a slight advantage.


Now if you’re someone who has a lot of stuff that is stored in the clouds and you’re looking to increase your iCloud storage, you will be pleased to learn that Apple has reduced the price of its 2TB storage option by half, bringing it down to a more affordable $9.99 a month. This move also replaces the 1TB option which was previously priced the same, so basically customers are now getting more storage for a cheaper price.

Given that Apple has also recently announced that the iCloud Family Sharing feature can be split, the drop in price could entice customers to upgrade. Just in case you’re hearing about this for the first time, iCloud Family Sharing basically lets users share certain iCloud features, but at WWDC 2017, Apple announced that customers can also now share 200GB or 2TB iCloud storage plans with family members.

This means that if you split the costs up to 6 ways, you and your family could save yourself some money, as opposed to each family member subscribing to their own iCloud storage service.

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