Apple had one sneaky addition that they didn’t reveal during their keynote a few days ago, and that is the reduced of the price for their iCloud storage plans, which have been reduced for all of the upgraded storage plans.

In the US prices will now start at $0.99 for 20GB of storage, instead of the standard 5GB, and in the UK the same storage will be priced at 79p.

These plans can also be upgraded further, with 200GB of storage available for $3.99 in the US and £2.99 in the UK, and will come alongside 500GB of storage for $9.99 in the US and £6.99 in the UK. Finally users can also upgrade to a 1TB storage plan which will cost $19.99 in the US and £14.99 in the UK.

These new price changes will be charged on a monthly basis, and will allow users to access Apple’s new iCloud Drive storage, and use it to store more files for a cheaper price.

iOS will be made available on November 17th, and will mark the launch of this new iCloud Drive feature.

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