Apple’s iCloud tax rate needs adjustment

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

2 Responses

  1. doug says:

    Cute, but stupid!

    Everyone charges for cloud storage, and I have enjoyed the benefits of iCloud and it’s predecessors for a decade now and never “needed” to upgrade my storage. Back in the day I paid between $100-$150/year for 75MB of storage for me and my family. Today that would cost me $12/year or for 60/year my family would have 250GB of storage (50GB each). Or we could have 1GB of data (200mb each) for $180/year.

    But the bottom line is, most people can get away with 5Gb for mail and docs or they can pay $1-$3 if they want to store/archive photos. Few will need the 1-2TB of storage.

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