How iCloud Plus Works (And Why You’ll Want To Use It)

In the United States, iCloud+ is available in three tiers, with prices going up as you add more storage. The base package offers 50 GB of storage and costs $0.99 per month, while the mid-tier bundle with 200 GB of cloud storage will cost you $2.99 per month. If you save a lot of media files and have multiple devices linked to your Apple account, you can pick up the 2 TB storage bundle priced at $10 per month.

For comparison, the base Apple One bundle with 50 GB storage costs $16.95 per month and the family plan with 200 GB storage is priced at $22.95 per month, while the Premier package with 2 TB storage will set you back by $32.95 on a monthly basis. Looking at the value breakdown, you will end up saving a few dollars each month with Apple One if you are into other Apple services, as well.

Take, for example, the cheapest plan that costs $16.95 per month. The cumulative cost of the 50 GB iCloud+ plan ($0.99), Apple TV+ ($6.99), Apple Music ($10.99), and Apple Arcade ($4.99) comes out to $23.96, which means you save $7 per month. Even if you don’t want the gaming perk of Apple Arcade, there are still two dollars you can save each month instead of subscribing individually to each service. The costs may be lower elsewhere. In India, for example, Apple One starts at around $2.50 per month.



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