Apple is trying to attract more people to subscribe to its iCloud storage service – and like good salespeople, they are ready to give you the first hit for free, after which you will have to start paying.
Apple offers you a small amount of free storage as a preview of its iCloud storage. However, it's such a small amount that users will miss even if they ly backup videos and photos their iPhone. For most customers, it is therefore necessary to pay a mthly subscripti to Apple to cover all your storage needs.
Encourage more people to sign up
To encourage more people to sign up, Apple now offers users the first mth of free storage. (Unfortunately, this is for new customers ly, so existing iCloud subscribers will not receive a free e mth subscripti.)
A 50GB iCloud storage package will cost you $ 0.99 per mth, while 2, $ 99 will earn you 200 GB and a whopping 2 TB for $ 9.99 a mth. The first free mth is available for all these levels.
By offering you a free mth, the idea is that you have a few weeks to decide if iCloud storage is right for you. More realistic, however, at the end of the mth, you will have so much of the habit of having extra storage hand that the decisi to sign up definitely will be nothing more than a formality!
While iCloud exists since 2011, Apple is particularly eager to push it as part of its efforts to increase the business services business. To …