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iCloud storage plans and pricing

You can upgrade your iCloud storage plan from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. Choose from a total of 50GB, 200GB, or 2TB. You can even share the 200GB and 2TB plans with your family. After you upgrade, we'll bill you monthly.1 See the monthly pricing and plans per country or region below.

If you purchased a 1TB monthly plan before June 5, 2017, your account was upgraded automatically to a 2TB monthly plan. 

North America, South America, Latin America, and the Caribbean

Brazil (BRL)50GB: R$ 2.90200GB: R$ 8.902TB: R$ 29.90

 

Colombia (COP)50GB: $2800200GB: $85002TB: $27900

 

United States5 (USD)50GB: $0.99200GB: $2.992TB: $9.99

Canada (CAD)50GB: $1.29200GB: $3.992TB: $12.99

 

Mexico (MXN)50GB: $17200GB: $492TB: $179

Chile (CLP)50GB: $650200GB: $19002TB: $6500

 

Peru (PEN)50GB: S/.2.90200GB: S/.9.902TB: S/.29.90

Europe, the Middle East, and Africa

Albania3 (USD)50GB: $1.19200GB: $3.592TB: $11.99

 

Croatia4 (HRK)50GB: 7.99 kn200GB: 24.99 kn2TB: 79.99 kn

 

Egypt4 (EGP)50GB: £18.99200GB: £54.992TB: £189.99

 

Iceland3 (USD)50GB: $1.23200GB: $3.712TB: $12.39

 

Norway4 (NOK)50GB: 10 kr200GB: 29 kr2TB: 99 kr

 

Qatar (QAR)50GB: 3.69﷼200GB: 10.99﷼2TB: 36.99﷼

 

Saudi Arabia4 (SAR)50GB: 3.69﷼200GB: 10.99﷼2TB: 36.99﷼

 

Switzerland4 (CHF)50GB: CHF 1200GB: CHF 32TB: CHF 10

 

United Arab Emirates4 (AED)50GB: AED 3.69200GB: AED 10.992TB: AED 36.99

 

Belarus (USD)50GB: $1.19200GB: $3.492TB: $11.99

 

Czech Republic4 (CZK)50GB:  25 Kč200GB: 79 Kč2TB: 249 Kč

 

Euro2, 4 (Euro)50GB: 0.99 €200GB: 2.99 €2TB: 9.99 €

 

Israel (ILS)50GB: ₪3.90200GB: ₪11.902TB: ₪39.90

 

Pakistan (PKR)50GB: Rs100200GB: Rs3002TB: Rs1000

 

Romania4 (RON)50GB: 4.49 lei200GB: 12.99 lei2TB: 44.99 lei

 

South Africa4 (ZAR)50GB: R14.99200GB: R44.992TB: R149.99

 

Tanzania (TZS)50GB: 1900 TSh300GB: 5900 TSh3TB: 19900 TSh

 

United Kingdom4 (GBP)50GB: £0.79200GB: £2.492TB: £6.99

 

 

 

Bulgaria4 (BGN)50GB: 1.99 лв200GB: 5.99 лв2TB: 18.99 лв

 

Denmark4 (DKK)50GB: 7 kr200GB: 25 kr2TB: 69 kr

 

Hungary4 (HUF)50GB: 299 Ft200GB: 899 Ft2TB: 2990 Ft

 

Nigeria (NGN)50GB: ₦300200GB: ₦9002TB: ₦2900

 

Poland4 (PLN)50GB: 3.99 zł200GB: 11.99 zł2TB: 39.99 zł

 

Russia4 (RUB)50GB: 59 p.200GB: 149 p.2TB: 599 p.

 

Sweden4 (SEK)50GB: 9 kr200GB: 29 kr2TB: 89 kr

 

Turkey4 (TRY)50GB: 3.99 TL200GB: 11.99 TL2TB: 39.99 TL

Asia Pacific

Armenia50GB: $1.19200GB: $3.492TB: $11.99

 

Hong Kong (HKD)50GB: HK$ 8200GB: HK$ 232TB: HK$ 78

 

Japan4 (JPY)50GB: ¥130200GB: ¥4002TB: ¥1300

 

New Zealand4 (NZD)50GB: $1.49200GB: $4.492TB: $14.99

 

Taiwan4 (TWD)50GB: NT$ 30200GB: NT$ 902TB: NT$ 300

Australia4 (AUD)50GB: $1.49200GB: $4.492TB: $14.99

 

India4 (INR)50GB: Rs 75200GB: Rs 2192TB: Rs 749

 

Kazakhstan (KZT)50GB: ₸349200GB: ₸9992TB: ₸3490

 

Philippines (PHP)50GB: ₱49200GB: ₱1492TB: ₱499

 

Thailand (THB)50GB: ฿35200GB: ฿992TB: ฿349

 

China4 (CNY)50GB: ¥6200GB: ¥212TB: ¥68

 

Indonesia (IDR)50GB: Rp 15000200GB: Rp 450002TB: Rp 149000

 

Malaysia (MYR)50GB: RM3.90200GB: RM11.902TB: RM39.90

 

Singapore (SGD)50GB: S$ 1.28200GB: S$ 3.982TB: S$ 12.98

 

Vietnam (VND)50GB: ₫19000200GB: ₫590002TB: ₫199000

 

  1. For countries and regions where the local currency isn't supported, such as South Korea, storage upgrades are billed in U.S. dollars (USD). Learn more about countries and regions that bill in U.S. dollars (USD). 
  2. For countries in the Eurozone and not on local currency pricing, storage upgrades are charged in Euros.
  3. iCloud storage upgrades for Iceland and Albania are charged in U.S. dollars (USD), with prices slightly higher due to the Value Added Tax (VAT).
  4. Taxes are included in all prices for these countries and regions: Armenia, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.
  5. Residents in some U.S. states have tax added to the monthly payment due to state laws.

Accepted payment methods for iCloud storage upgrades include credit cards, debit cards, and iTunes Store credit. If you don't have enough iTunes store credit to complete your upgrade, you'll be charged the remaining amount. Apple Store gift cards aren't accepted as payment for upgrading iCloud storage. Learn how to manage the amount of storage you're using.

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Share an iCloud storage plan with your family

It's important to make sure that everyone in your family has enough iCloud storage for their photos, videos, files, and iCloud Backups. With Family Sharing, your family can share a single 200GB or 2TB storage plan that gives everyone plenty of space.

When you share a storage plan, your photos and documents stay private and everyone keeps using their own accounts with iCloud—just like when you have your own storage plan. You simply share the space available in the iCloud storage plan with your family members, so you only have one plan to manage.

Before you begin

To share your storage plan, you need iOS 11 or macOS 10.13 High Sierra.

For the best experience, have your family members update their devices too. However, you can share a storage plan with family members that are using an older operating system.

Share a storage plan with your existing family

If you already use Family Sharing, you can set up shared storage for your existing family members from your device Settings or System Preferences.

     

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Go to Settings > [your name].
  2. Tap Family Sharing.
  3. Tap iCloud Storage.
  4. Follow the steps to share your existing plan, or if necessary, upgrade to a 200GB or 2TB plan.
  5. Use Messages to let any family members with an existing paid storage plan know that they can now switch to your shared storage plan.

On your Mac

  1. If necessary, upgrade to a 200GB or 2TB storage plan.
  2. Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click iCloud.
  3. Click Manage Family.
  4. Go to My Apps & Services.
  5. Choose iCloud Storage.
  6. Click Start Sharing.
  7. Click Done.

Set up a new family and share a storage plan

Not using Family Sharing yet? No problem. You can choose to share your iCloud storage when you first set up Family Sharing.

     

On your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

  1. Go to Settings > [your name].
  2. Tap Set Up Family Sharing, then tap Get Started.
  3. Choose iCloud Storage as the first feature to share with your family.
  4. If necessary, upgrade to a 200GB or 2TB storage plan.
  5. When prompted, use Messages to invite up to five additional people to join your family and share your storage plan.

On your Mac

  1. Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click iCloud.
  2. Click Manage in the lower-right corner.
  3. Click Change Storage Plan.
  4. Upgrade to a 200GB or 2TB storage plan.
  5. Go back to your iCloud preferences and click Set Up Family. Follow the onscreen instructions.
  6. When you're done, go to the My Apps & Services tab and choose iCloud Storage.
  7. Click Start Sharing.

What comes next

When you share your iCloud storage, any family members using the free 5GB plan are added to your family plan automatically.

If a family member is already paying for their own iCloud storage plan, they can choose to switch to your plan or keep their own and still remain part of the family. When they switch to the shared family plan, they get a refund for the remainder of their personal plan. They can't keep their current plan and use the shared family plan at the same time.

    

Manage your family's iCloud storage

It’s easy for everyone to see how much storage the family is using and to upgrade anytime you need more.

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

  1. Go to Settings > [your name].
  2. Tap Family Sharing.
  3. Tap iCloud Storage.

On your Mac:

  1. Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click iCloud.
  2. Click Manage Family.
  3. Go to My Apps & Services.
  4. Choose iCloud Storage.

If your family is low on iCloud storage, all members get a notification. Then the family organizer or family member that purchased the plan can buy more—up to 2TB—at any time. 

If your family stops sharing storage or you leave Family Sharing

If you leave a family that shares an iCloud storage plan and you're using more than 5GB of storage, you have 28 days to buy your own plan.

If you choose not to buy your own plan and the content that you’re storing in iCloud exceeds your available storage, new photos and videos won’t upload to iCloud Photo Library, files will no longer upload in iCloud Drive, and your iOS devices will stop backing up.

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Manage your iCloud storage - Apple Support

When you set up iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of storage. You can use that storage space for your iCloud backups, to keep your photos and videos stored in iCloud Photo Library, and your documents up to date in iCloud Drive. If you need more space, you can buy more iCloud storage. Plans start at 50GB for $0.99 (USD) a month. If you choose 200GB or 2TB plans, you can share your storage with family. Learn more about plans and prices in your region.

If you run out of iCloud storage, your device won’t back up to iCloud. New photos and videos won't upload to iCloud Photo Library. iCloud Drive and other iCloud apps won't update across your devices. And you can't send or receive messages with your iCloud email address. If this happens, you can make more space.

Check to see how much iCloud storage you have

  • On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
    • If you're using iOS 10.3 or later, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud. Tap iCloud Storage or Manage Storage.
    • If you’re using iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud > Storage.
  • On your Mac, go to Apple menu > System Preferences, click iCloud, then click Manage.
  • On your PC, open iCloud for Windows.

Backups

When you back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iCloud, the most important information on your device is backed up automatically. Backups include your documents, photos, and videos. Learn more about what iCloud backs up.

Use these steps to manage how much storage you use.

Select which iOS apps to back up

Many apps automatically back up to iCloud after you install them. You can change which apps back up to iCloud and remove existing backups from your storage. Use these steps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

iOS 10.3 or later:

  1. Go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud.
  2. If you use iOS 11, tap Manage Storage > Backup. If you use iOS 10.3, tap iCloud Storage > Manage Storage. 
  3. Tap the name of the device that you're using.
  4. Under Choose Data to Back Up, turn off any apps that you don't want to back up.
  5. Choose Turn Off & Delete.

iOS 10.2 or earlier:

  1. Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage.
  2. Tap the name of the device that you're using. 
  3. Under Backup Options, turn off any apps that you don't want to back up. 
  4. Choose Turn Off & Delete.

When you confirm that you want to Turn Off & Delete an app, it turns off iCloud Backup for that app and removes all of its information from iCloud.

Some apps, like Messages and Voice Memos, are always backed up and you can't turn them off.

Delete backups and turn off iCloud Backup for your device

Use these steps for your device.

Reduce the size of your iCloud Photo Library

iCloud Photo Library uses your iCloud storage to keep all of your photos and videos up to date across your devices. You can make more space in iCloud when you delete photos and videos that you no longer need from the Photos app on any of your devices.

You can also choose to save space on your device when you turn on Optimize device Storage in Settings. With Optimize Storage on, Photos will automatically free up space when you need it by replacing original photos and videos with device-sized versions. All of your original, full-resolution photos and videos are safe in iCloud and you can download them at any time. Learn more about managing your photo and video storage.

You can recover photos and videos that you delete from your Recently Deleted album for 30 days. If you want to remove content from your Recently Deleted album faster, tap Select, then select the items you want to remove. Tap Delete > Delete. If you exceed your iCloud storage limit, your device immediately removes any photos and videos you delete and they won't be available for recovery in your Recently Deleted album.

Use these steps to delete photos and videos from your iCloud Photo Library.

iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

  1. Open the Photos app, then tap Photos at the bottom of your screen.
  2. Tap Select, and choose one or more photos or videos that you want to delete.
  3. Tap , and then tap Delete Photo.

Mac

  1. Open the Photos app.
  2. Select the photos and videos that you want to delete.
  3. Choose Image, and then click Delete Photos.

iCloud.com

  1. Sign in to iCloud.com.
  2. Click the Photos app.
  3. Select the photos or videos that you want to delete. 
  4. Click , then click Delete.

Reduce the size of your Photo Library

If you don't use iCloud Photo Library, your Camera Roll is part of your iCloud backup. To check the quota being consumed by the photo library in the iCloud backup, follow these steps. 

  • If you're using iOS 11, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Manage Storage  > Backup > [Device name] This Device.
  • If you're using iOS 10.3, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > iCloud Storage > Manage Storage > [Device name] This Device.
  • If you're using iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage > [Device name] This Device.

To reduce the size of your Photo Library backup, save your photos and videos to your computer, then manually back up your iOS device. If you want to keep your photos and videos on your iOS device, you can turn off Photo Library in Backup or buy more storage. If there are any photos that you don't want to keep, you can delete them. Open Photos and select the item that you want to delete. Then click  and tap Delete Photo.

iCloud Drive

You can manage and delete files you store in iCloud Drive from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Windows PC.

With iOS 11 or later, files that you delete from iCloud Drive remain in Recently Deleted for 30 days before they are removed from your device.

iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

You can use these steps to manage your files from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

iOS 11 or later:

  1. Go to the Files app and tap Browse.
  2. Under Locations, tap iCloud Drive > Select.
  3. Choose the files that you want to delete, then tap .
  4. Go to Locations > Recently Deleted > Select.
  5. Choose the files that you want to delete.
  6. Tap Delete.

iOS 10.3 or earlier:

  1. Go to the iCloud Drive app.
  2. Tap Select.
  3. Choose the files that you want to delete.
  4. Tap Delete > Delete from iCloud Drive.

Mac

On a Mac with macOS High Sierra or later, you can manage your iCloud Drive files from the iCloud Drive folder in Finder:

  1. If you need to, turn on iCloud Drive on your Mac:
    1. Go to Apple menu > System Preferences and click iCloud.
    2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
    3. Turn on iCloud Drive. In Options, make sure that you select the apps or folders for the files you want to manage.
  2. Open Finder and go to the iCloud Drive folder.
  3. Drag an item to the Trash, or move it to a different folder on your Mac.
  4. Open Trash, then right-click the files that you want to delete.
  5. Choose Delete Immediately.

Windows

On a PC with Windows 7 or later, you can manage your iCloud Drive files using Windows Explorer. Use these steps to add an iCloud Drive folder to Windows Explorer:

  1. Download and install iCloud for Windows.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. Turn on iCloud Drive.
  4. Go to the iCloud Drive folder.
  5. Select the files that you want to delete.
  6. Click Delete.

iCloud.com

You can manage your files from the iCloud Drive app at iCloud.com.

  1. Sign in to iCloud.com.
  2. Click the iCloud Drive app.
  3. Select the files that you want to delete, then click .
  4. Open the iCloud Drive folder and click Recently Deleted.
  5. Select the files that you want to delete.
  6. Click Delete.

Mail

You can free up iCloud storage space when you delete email messages from your iCloud email account. You can also move email messages from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your Mac or PC, where they no longer count against your iCloud storage.

Use the steps below to delete messages from your account. Remember that messages with large attachments take up more space than simple text emails.

iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is set up to access iCloud email, you can delete messages from any mailbox, then empty the Trash to free up space:

  1. Swipe left across any message to delete it.
  2. Tap your Trash folder.
  3. Delete messages one at a time or delete all of them by tapping Edit, then tapping Delete All.

Mac or Windows PC

If you use iCloud Mail with a desktop email app, such as Mail on your Mac or Microsoft Outlook on your PC, use these steps:

  • Mail on your Mac: Delete the messages that you no longer want, then choose Mailbox > Erase Deleted Items and select your iCloud email account from the menu.
  • Microsoft Outlook 2007 (Windows): Delete the messages that you no longer want, then choose Edit > Purge and select your Apple ID from the menu.
  • Microsoft Outlook 2010 through Outlook 2016 (Windows): Delete the messages that you no longer want. Outlook will permanently delete your messages the next time you close and restart the app.

iCloud.com

  1. From your computer, sign in to iCloud.com.
  2. Click Mail.
  3. Delete the messages that you no longer want, then click  and select Empty Trash.

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*If you have a web-only iCloud account, you can reduce how much of your 1 GB total of storage that you're using by moving or deleting documents.

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Family Sharing - Apple Support

Family Sharing makes it easy for up to six family members to share iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases, an Apple Music Family Membership, and an iCloud storage plan. Your family can also share a photo album, calendar, and reminders, and even help locate each others’ missing devices.

 

Get organized.

One adult in your household—the family organizer—chooses a feature for your family to share and invites family members to join. After the family members join, Family Sharing is set up on everyone’s devices automatically. Then if you want to add more services to share with your family, the organizer can update your Family Sharing settings at any time.

Choose a feature

 

Send an invite

 

Getting set up is simple.

You can use Family Sharing on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 8 or later, your Mac with OS X Yosemite or later and iTunes 12, or your PC with iCloud for Windows. 

  • On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap Settings > [your name]. Then tap Set Up Family Sharing > Get Started, then follow the onscreen steps. If you have iOS 10.2 or earlier, tap Settings > iCloud > Set Up Family Sharing, then follow the onscreen steps.
  • On your Mac, go to Apple menu > System Preferences > iCloud, click Set Up Family, then follow the onscreen steps.

You can also set up Family Sharing when you sign up for an Apple Music Family Membership, or when you buy an iCloud storage plan to share with your family.

All your family’s purchases, on all your family’s devices.

When you set up purchase sharing, the songs, albums, movies, TV shows, books, and apps purchased by family members are immediately available to everyone else in the group. And, of course, so are new purchases. The content appears automatically in the Purchased tab in iTunes, iBooks, or the App Store for each family member. Just select the family member whose collection you’d like to browse, then download or play the content you choose. Other family members can access your collection in the same way. If you want to keep some purchases private, you can choose to hide individual items or choose not to share your purchases in your Family Sharing settings.

In-app purchases can't be shared with your family members. Learn more about the types of content you can share.

Making purchases is easy. So is setting limits.

With purchase sharing, all new iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases made by your family are billed to the organizer’s account. But the organizer can still call the shots. Just turn on Ask to Buy for children in the family. When a child initiates a purchase, an alert is sent to the organizer, who can review the download and approve or decline it right from the organizer’s device. This applies to both purchases and free downloads.

They ask to buy

Before your children can make a purchase, they must ask your permission. 

You reply from anywhere

A notification appears on your device. You can review the request, then approve or decline it. 

An Apple Music membership for everyone in your family.

With an Apple Music Family Membership, your family can enjoy unlimited access to Apple Music on their devices. Everyone gets full access to the Apple Music library, with over 40 million songs. And each family member gets a private account with a personal music library and expert recommendations. It’s the whole world of music for the whole family. 

Share an iCloud storage plan with your family.

Now you can share an iCloud storage plan with your entire family. Choose a 200GB or 2TB plan to give everyone enough space to store photos, videos, documents, and more. It’s easy to see how much everyone is using, and you can upgrade to a larger plan at any time. Learn about iCloud storage plans and pricing.

When you share a storage plan, other family members won’t have access to your content unless you choose to share it. And if an adult family member needs more space or wants to use their own iCloud storage, they can choose their own storage plan and still remain part of the family.

     

Keep track of where everybody is.

With Family Sharing, you can start sharing your location with the rest of the family automatically. If you’re running late to a restaurant or need to know if your kid made it to band practice, just use Find My Friends or the Messages app to keep tabs on each other.

If you need privacy, you can temporarily stop sharing your location by turning off Share My Location in iCloud settings.

     

Find everybody’s devices.

Finding your family’s lost devices is easier when everyone can help. With Family Sharing and Find My iPhone, any family member can help locate another member’s missing device. Their devices appear in a single list in the Find My iPhone app and on iCloud.com. So it’s easier than ever to track down a misplaced or stolen iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Keep your family on the same page.

When you set up your family, a shared album is created automatically in the Photos app on all family members’ devices. Everyone can add photos, videos, and comments to the album whenever they like and get notified when something new is added.

Family Sharing also sets up a family calendar where everyone can view, add, or change events and appointments, and get an alert when something changes. And anyone can use the Reminders app to send time or location reminders to the family. So when it’s picture day, pizza night, or just a trip to the beach, everyone’s in the know.

If you don't want to share the family photo album, calendar, or reminders, you can unsubscribe from them directly on your device, or on iCloud.com.

Kids under 13 can have an account, too.

Kids under 13 can have their own Apple IDs. As a parent or legal guardian, the organizer creates the child’s Apple ID and adds the child to the family group. Ask to Buy is turned on by default, and the organizer can also limit the content kids have access to on their devices through Restrictions on an iOS device or parental controls in macOS and iTunes.

Learn more.

Family Sharing requires a personal Apple ID signed in to iCloud. If your family has purchase sharing turned on, music, movies, TV shows, and books can be downloaded on up to 10 devices per account, five of which can be computers.

iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite or later are required to set up or join a Family Sharing group and are recommended for full functionality. Not all content is eligible to be shared. Content can be hidden by family members; hidden content is not available for download. Content downloaded from family members or acquired via redemption codes is not subject to Ask to Buy.

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