Ahead of Apple’s product launch event next week, Apple has announced new iCloud storage plans. So if you’re one of those who has been receiving prompts to upgrade your free tier 5GB storage, then you can now choose a total of 50GB, 200GB, 1TB, or 2TB.
In American dollars, you can now get a 2TB storage for $19.99/7,000 Naira monthly. Many people use the 50GB and 200GB plans which go for $0.99/380 Naira and $2.99/1,100 monthly respectively. This announcement comes as there are rumours that there will be a 256GB version of the iPhone 7 which is expected to be announced next week Wednesday. If this comes to be, then this will represent a huge shift from the 128GB maximum storage we’ve been used to.
Here’s a breakdown of what to expect in US dollars
United States5 (USD)
In South African Rands,
South Africa4 (ZAR)
Google gives its users up to 15GB of free storage and Apple’s closest rival Samsung recently announced its own free 15GB storage tier for its smartphones when it announced the Galaxy Note 7.