Apple is expected to take the covers of its newest range of smartphones in the iPhone 2018 series next month. With just a few weeks to go before the expected iPhone update, users report a upcoming promotional offer from tech giant promising 200GB of free iCloud storage for a period of two months. This offer is expected to be made available exclusively in the US, for customers of one of the 4 best operators, AT & T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. In addition, it appears to be valid only for new customers, and not those who already use iCloud's premium subscription.
A Reddit thread that appeared last week claims that this unannounced development from Apple is present. The offer is said to be available only for a limited period of time and users will be charged the usual $ 2.99 (about Rs. 200) after the two-month window ends, according to a screen shot by The Verge. Apple has not yet confirmed the presence of such an offer, and it can do it during the iPhone 201
Apple currently offers 5 GB of free iCloud storage by default for all device owners. The base paid plan with 50GB of storage carries a $ 0.99 price tag (Rs. 75 in India), the 200GB storage space costs $ 2.99 (Rs. 219 in India) and the top option with 2TB storage price tag of $ 9.99.
Back in May this year, Apple introduced a free iCloud storage attempt for all three offers for free in an effort to increase the approval of cloud storage for its customers. In particular, plans are automatically renewed after the 30-day window is complete, so the user must manually stop it from the end or pay monthly fees for the selected storage plan.