- Family Sharing in iCloud storage will arrive in iOS 11 later
At its WWDC developer conference on Monday, Apple took the stage to announce a major overhaul to its various operating systems. It announced a new and improved iOS 11, in addition to macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4, and a better tvOS with Amazon Prime Video support. While these updates are major, the Cupertino giant also brought some minor changes to its iCloud storage plans.
Apple iCloud has removed the 1TB storage tier, replacing it with the 2TB tier. Formerly priced at $19.99, it is now available for the $9.99 per month price of the 1TB tier in the US. Meanwhile, in India, Apple has followed the same move, replacing the 1TB option with the 2TB storage tier, while bringing its price down from Rs. 1,300 to Rs. 650. All of the above plans are currently live and can be purchased right away. Customers currently on the 1TB plan will be upgraded to 2TB. Additionally, Apple has also introduced Family Sharing to the iCloud storage for up to six family members who can use a single storage plan.