Apple has confirmed UK pricing for its forthcoming iCloud storage service. The cost of extra space, on top of the 5GB free allowance, starts at £14. The service is set to launch alongside iOS 5 in September.
10GB extra storage costs £14 a year, while 20GB will set you back £28 and 50GB comes in at £70. That compares to $20, $40 and $100 a year in the States. All users get 5GB for free to start, with iTunes purchases not included. That means you can stock up on tracks, movies and TV shows from Apple’s online emporium without having to worry about going over your data limit.
Apple opened up iCloud.com to developers yesterday, as the company looks to iron out any kinks with the service before its big roll out. Users can sync everything from contacts, calendars and their iPhone location via the service.