iCloud, an online data storage service from the company Applewill soon be available to all users. The prices and details of its use have already been announced. So far, the service is available only to developers, but it is expected to launch by autumn iCloud in full.
The good news is that 5 gigabytes of free storage space will be provided to users completely free of charge. And this is already quite enough to save basic documents, photos, video files, music recordings, etc. If you like using the service, but there is not enough space, then you can expand it for an additional fee. An additional 10 gigabytes will cost $20 annually, 20 gigabytes will cost $40, and 50 gigabytes will cost $100.
It is announced that the calculation of the space occupied by your data will not include data processed using built-in iCloud services. For example, space for photos that will be available from any device thanks to the Photo Stream service is not taken into account when calculating the occupied space in iCloud, but they can be stored online for no more than 30 days.