Apple now offers a free month of iCloud storage, which still isn’t enough
One of the most frustrating things about being an iPhone owner is the lack of expandable storage. Once you have chosen your model, be it 64GB or 256GB, you're stuck with that storage until you buy a new phone. Of course, you can alleviate that with iCloud, but Apple only provides 5GB of cloud storage for free. If you want an amount that you can actually use, you'll have to pay a monthly fee of $0.99 or more in order to access it.
It appears that Apple has finally taken at least a half measure to resolve this issue, as AppleInsider discovered this week that Apple has begun offering customers who have reached their 5GB limit a month of any upgraded iCloud storage plan for free. The only caveat is that you can't currently be subscribed to an iCloud plan.
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