After being hacked, Apple has not only improved the security of its iCloud cloud storage service but has also revised its pricing. This new update will allow users to store more files, videos, documents and pictures securely at an affordable cost through the company’s brand new service – iCloud drive.
A Dropbox alternative, this new utility allows Apple OS X and IOS 8.0 users to edit and share their documents online.
Let’s have a look at the revised Apple iCloud pricing and plans:
The free 5 GB plan won’t be scrapped. If users want to store more data to the cloud, they can go for one the below plans.
- 20 GB will cost users 0.99 dollars (60 Indian Rs)
- 200 GB for just $3.99
- 500 gigabytes data storage at $9.9 (under 200 in India)
- 1 terabyte space at $20.
Apple Inc has also updated and launched its iTunes software (version 11.4). This application now supports the upcoming IOS 8.0 operating system. It can run on iPad Mini, Retina, Air tablets and iPhone 4s, 5C, 6 and 6 Plus. iTunes 11.4 setup file is 98 megabytes in size. It can be installed on systems with Mac OS X v10.6.8 and higher OS.
How to download the latest version of iTunes and install it on the laptop or PC?
Get the software from Apple’s official website. Make sure that your system has enough space to install this application. If there’s no free space, remove unwanted pictures, videos or programs. Now double-click on the iTunes 11.4 executable file and keep following instructions that you see on the screen. Restart your MAC or Windows PC if required.