It didn’t take long after the launch of the iCloud.com beta, before Apple unveiled the pricing structure for its iCloud storage upgrade options. For the first 5GB, iCloud is completely free, but if you need need more storage, subscriptions start at $20 a year for 10GB.
Here’s the full list of iCloud upgrade options:
10GB — $20/year (£14, 16€)
25GB — $40/year (£28, 32€)
50GB — $100/year (£70, 80€)
You can upgrade to a paid iCloud subscription now as long as you’re running iOS 5 on one of your devices. To upgrade, navigate to the iCloud section of the Settings app, then select the ‘Buy More Storage’ button.
iCloud wirelessly backs up your camera roll, accounts, documents and settings when you plug your device into a power source, and everything is stored online negating the need to backup to your Mac or PC.
Earlier today images have surfaced of an iPod touch equipped with a capacitive home screen button and 128GB of storage space. According to the images, the device is marked with a “DVT-1″ badge which was previously found on an iPod touch discovered back in 2010, and thought to be the code Apple uses to identify prototype devices.
As you will notice below, the iPod Touch prototype looks like the previous generation, with the exception of the capacitive home button and the increased storage, it doesn’t look like anything else is different in these pictures with regards to hardware.
While the image quality could be much better, the device seems to be just as bad, which could be an indicator that something fishy is going on, do the pictures show a fake (photoshopped) iPod rather than a next-generation iPod prototype.