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Apple Offers Free 200GB iCloud Storage Ahead of its 2018 iPhone Launch

Apple Offers Free 200GB iCloud Storage Ahead of its 2018 iPhone Launch

The iPhone 2018 is said to release next month and with that in mind, Apple has made a certain statement that will blow your minds. The latest news by Apple says that the company is ready to offer 200GB iCloud space for two whole months. Many fans are thrilled with the fact that finally, something free comes from Apple. But bad news for the old customers, this offer is only made available for new customers. There is another catch, this offer only stands for US-based customers and furthermore, the customers are expected to be one of the top four wireless operators.

These operators are Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T. After this offer ends the user will be charged $2.99 every month. Although, this is just a speculation and is officially not confirmed at the present time it is certainly expected to do so during the launch through some sources.

We all know what Apple has already offered us, a 5GB of free iCloud storage that is a default feature. Further, the base paid plan is about 50GB that is tagged with a price tag of $0.99. Not to mention the 2TB of storage space that costs around $9.99. But when there are more customers coming in for Apple, how is it going to withstand the entire extensive amount of users? Only time will tell how Apple will play its cards.

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