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Saturday, October 31, 2020, 9:12 GMT
iCloud users can access up to 4 TB of storage capacity via the Apple One subscription package released today, while the default storage space available to users who do not connect to the Apple One bundle is 2 TB.
Depending on the package chosen, users who subscribe to the Apple One plan will offer 50 GB, 200 GB or 2 TB of storage space.
Users that use more storage than Apple One should buy additional iCloud storage individually, according to Apple supporting materials, which ensures that up to 4 TB (2TB+2 TB) can be accessed by users with the most expensive Apple One package.
Subscribers to Apple One can also use other storage for other variations, such as 50 GB using Apple One and 200 GB by purchasing iCloud separately.
Many with different Apple IDs (for media and iCloud) can use these two Apple One accounts, but the storage can not be stacked in the same way. In this situation, the existing storage plan will be replaced by the Apple One storage plan, as shown by Apple:
”If you pay for the iCloud Storage Plan and added the iCloud storage included in Apple One to the Apple ID used in iCloud, the new storage plan will be replaced by the storage included in Apple One. You have canceled the existing storage arrangement and a proportional refund will be given”.