Apple Announces 2TB iCloud Storage Option

Say no more to that annoying “full storage” iCloud message.

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Say no more to that that annoying “full storage” iCloud message. Apple is now expanding its storage options by offering 2TB of space for an additional $20 a month in the US and £14 in the UK. First reported by 9to5mac, the tech news outlet also reporting that Apple may also be announcing a rumored 256GB iPhone 7 during the event tomorrow. If this is all true and users decide to use both, they won’t have to worry about deleting photos/videos to free up space on their iPhones ever again. More details can be found here.

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