Apple Just Hiked iCloud Storage Prices, Is Your Country On The List?

If you’re paying for iCloud+ in some countries around the world you’ll notice that prices have increased, sometimes by around 25%.

Apple hasn’t officially said anything about an increase in iCloud+ pricing but 9to5Mac spotted that prices have already gone up in the United Kingdom, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.

In the UK specifically, prices have jumped up considerably across the 50GB, 200GB, and 2TB plans that are offered. Users are given 5GB of storage for free but have to pay for more once they outgrow that meager limitation.

Before this week, in the UK, Apple charged £0.79/mo for 50 GB, £2.49/mo for 200 GB and £6.99/mo for 2 TB respectively. These prices have now risen to £0.99/mo, £2.99/mo and £8.99/mo, an average increase of around ~25%.

The iCloud+ subscription offers more than just extra storage of course. Privacy features like HomeKit Secure Video and iCloud Private Relay are offered as well, but the extra storage is sure to be the main reason most people pay for the service.

These price increases don’t appear to have extended to the Apple One subscription bundle, at least not yet. That could make the bundle an even better deal with multiple Apple services included under a single payment.

The iCloud+ subscription is joined by a selection of others depending on what you need with Apple Music, Apple TV+, and other services offered.

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