One of the smaller, more quiet updates during this years Worldwide Developers Conference relating to iCloud, Apple’s primary cloud service for consumers.
The change was minor but positive: Apple streamlined the pricing structure, removing one tier and discounting the top tier.
In essence, Apple removed the 1TB iCloud tier. The company also reduced the price of the top tier (2TB) by 50%, making it as cheap as the 1TB used to be. In the US, that’s $10 per month for 2TB of storage; in Canada, it’s $13.
Apple says that anyone who purchased a 1TB monthly plan before the effect rolled out will be automatically upgraded to a 2TB plan.