Apple has kept the same 5 GB storage limit for non-paying iCloud subscribers for over a decade, and they did not announce any changes to WWDC 2021 today. That said, it does make a small improvement to ease the process of setting up a new device.
Apple says that with iOS 15 and other software updates coming this fall, it will give people temporary iCloud storage to transfer data to new devices. The storage will be available for up to 3 weeks, making it easier to transfer data from iCloud to a new device:
Now when you buy a new device, you can use iCloud Backup to move the data to the new device, even if you have little storage space. iCloud will give you as much storage space as you need to complete a temporary backup, for free, for up to three weeks. This automatically lets you get all your apps, data and settings to your device.
Apple also unveiled its new iCloud + service during WWDC this year. This new service, which costs no paying iCloud subscribers, includes a new Private Relay feature, Hide Email, and custom domain support.
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