Apple announced several major updates to its devices and services in this year WWDC events. As part of the updates, the company recently updated its iCloud pricing for the 2TB option while the company removed its 1TB plan.
The company replaced the 1TB plan with 2TB plan that will require you to spend $9.99 with 50GB and 200GB plans are selling for $.99 and $2.99 per month respectively. Apart from this, you will get allowance of 5GB for free.
In addition to this, Apple also announced that you will be able to share you iCloud storage with family members with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and iOS 11. Apart from this, the company showcased enhanced Safari as well as speed enhancements for Photos. The keynote of the event showcased an updated control center with 3D Touch support, multi-Speaker support for AirPlay 2 and a new voice for Siri.
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