Are you an iCloud user? Apple Just Raised the Prices of Its Paid Cloud Storage Service, iCloud+, in various parts of the world. This could probably be due to recent changes in the currency exchange rate. However, in the United States, the prices remain the same.
That’s right, Apple has updated its iCloud+ price list for the UK and a few other geographic regions like Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and South America. ANDThe increase is approximately 25%. Going to the following prices in the United Kingdom:
|Subscription||Previous price||Actual Price|
|50 GB||£0.79 per month||£0.99 per month|
|200 GB||£2.49 per month||£2.99 per month|
|2 TB||£6.99 per month||£8.99 per month|
Some of the countries that have gone through the price increase are Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Tanzania, South Africa, Colombia, Peru, and Brazil.
As in the United States, Canada, and the European Union, iCloud+ keeps the same prices.
Currently, Apple users with an Apple ID have 5 GB of free cloud storage by the company service. However, this space can be expanded with an extra charge.
And although for many the cost could be an unnecessary expense having other alternatives the reality is that by paying for iCloud+ you have access to Private Relay and HomeKit Secure Video.
iCloud storage can also be expanded through a subscription to the Apple One bundle, which includes iCloud+, Apple Music, TV+, Apple Arcade y Apple Fitness+.
Many users have complained in various forums about this price increase because Apple has decided to increase the cost, but you have not made a storage adjustment to compensate for this change.