Apple announced the addition of two new storage capacities to the iCloud+ service, with a storage of 6TB and 12TB, after the maximum capacity did not exceed 2 TB.
Each user's Apple ID account allows only 5GB of cloud storage, and users can upgrade to a paid iCloud+ storage subscription plan to larger capacities of 50GB or 200GB, as well as 2TB, 6TB, or 12TB.
In addition to the storage capacity, Apple provides subscribers with additional features such as Hide My Email and Custom Email Domains.
Currently, subscribers pay $0.99 per month for 50GB of cloud storage, $2.99 per month for 200GB, and $9.99 per month for 2TB.
The original photos, videos, and other files can be stored securely on iCloud with the ability to share them with others when needed, as well as the ability to make backup copies of the device used and then restore them at any time. (QNA)