In 2014 Apple updated their old outdated storage plans. In 2015 they updated them again. In 2016 they added a higher storage tier. Here is the breakdown: 2011: Apple introduces iCloud storage tiers. iCloud has a slow start and there isn't much need for a lot of storage space. 2014: 5GB unchanged, free 20GB went from $40/yr ($3.33/mo) to $0.99/mo 50GB at $100/yr ($8.33/mo) to new 200GB for $3.99/mo New 500GB for $9.99/mo New 1TB for $19.99/mo 2015: 5GB unchanged, free 20GB went from $0.99/mo to 50GB for the same price 200GB went from $3.99/mo to $2.99/mo 500GB went away 1TB went from $19.99/mo to $9.99/mo 2016: Apple added 2TB for $19.99/mo, everything else unchanged 2017: Price drops? I think, given the pattern, we're likely to see some price drops this year since they went a whole year without them. Personally, this is what I'd like to see: 2017: 20GB free (5GB isn't even enough to really try it out any more) 100GB for $0.99/mo 500GB for $3.99/mo 1TB for $7.99/mo 2TB for $14.99/mo What do you guys think?