Apple has at long last increased the maximum storage available on iCloud+ with new tiers at 6TB and 12TB — and it comes at a steep but proportionate cost.
Starting with the release of iOS 17, iCloud+ will add a 6TB tier for $30 per month, and a 12TB tier for $60 per month. There's no detail yet of any discount for paying annually.
Nor has there been any confirmation about how this affects users on the Apple One bundle. Each tier of that includes some iCloud storage space, but the maximum is 2TB.
Currently Apple One costs $32.95 per month for the Premier tier which is the one with 2TB of iCloud storage.
At present, buying iCloud storage on its own per month costs $0.99 for 50GB, $2.99 for 200GB, and $9.99 for 2TB.
Apple's new pricing tiers, then, are simply multiples of the current 2TB cost.