Apple appears to have quietly begun offering free one-month trials of its paid iCloud storage plans, a new report by AppleInsider reveals. Although Apple doesn’t appear to have publicized this elsewhere, when users bump up against their free 5 GB storage limit, the prompt that encourages them to upgrade to the 50 GB tier now adds “your first month is free” followed by a large blue button reading “Get 50 GB Free For 1 Month.” Users tapping on the button are then taken to the standard page for changing their storage plan, where they can elect to benefit from a free month for any of Apple’s paid storage tiers. Once the user signs up, the subscription works much like any other Apple subscription services with a free trial, with the plan automatically renewing at its regular monthly fee unless users choose to discontinue it before the renewal date.
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