Apple, one of the most reputed brands in the world of electronics, had released its newest version of operating system known as the iOS 9 all across the globe. But along with the new OS, they also released their new iCloud storage subscription plans, which was announced by the marketing chief Phil Schiller at an event in San Francisco. The Indian customers though got access to the OS few days ago, with revisited iCloud cloud storage service across all markets.
The iCloud storage plan is devised in such a way the free storage is limited to 5GB, whereas it increases to Rs 65 per month for a mere 50GB storage. For the data storage of 200GB, the price set to be Rs190 per month and for 1TB, it’s high at Rs 650 per month. Whereas, previously the prices were Rs 60 per month for 20GB storage; Rs 250 per month for 100GB storage and Rs 1,200 per month for 1TB storage. With the new plans, there are options of more storage compared to less price, but the free limit remains same as earlier like 5GB of space.
Apple though has stopped the 500GB storage plan which existed earlier. According to reports, 16thSeptember was the deadline for all theApple users to get the old rates, prior to that they will be paying on accordance to the new rates. So for instance if you applied for the 100 GB plan, now that same plan will be upgraded to 200GB and next month onwards the subscriber will have to pay Rs 190.
According to Apple, the new version that is the iOS 9 is available in the form of free software update for various versions of Apple products like the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4s, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad mini and iPod touch fifth-generation. So with all these updates of the subscription pack, it will be interesting to see how the people respond.