Apple’s iCloud Gets Price Points and TV Shows

Posted Aug 2, 2011

Yesterday Apple released cloud storage service iCloud for developers. Along with this release, Apple has announced the pricing for storage upgrades to the service: yearly fees of $20 for 15 GB total, $40 for 25 GB total and $100 for 55GB total. The service comes with a standard 5 GB of free storage for each user, allowing users with more data to choose how much storage they need and wish to pay for. 9to5Mac reports that Photo Stream images don’t count toward the data tally.

Meanwhile, Apple has also added TV to the list of iCloud’s capabilities. iCloud is already integrated with iTunes so, as Mashable notes, movies are the only media not currently integrated with iCloud.