Ahead of the September 7th mobile event at which Apple is expected to debut the iPhone 7, the company has launched a whopping new 2TB tier of iCloud storage. The storage will certainly keep high usage phone owners in the green, but will also cost a bit of green, at $25.99 per month.
9to5Mac, which spotted this new pricing option, speculated that the new tier perhaps had further implications for the internal storage sizes of the new iPhone. The previous highest tier, 1TB, is about eight times the size of the current largest iPhone model, which holds 128GB.
2TB of storage would be roughly eight times the size of a 256GB iPhone, stoking existing rumours that a handset of that size could be debuting next week.
Those interested in the new iCloud pricing tiers, or its price in various countries, can check Apple’s website for further information.