Yesterday, Apple introduced a new iCloud+ service that includes Private Relay, Hide My Email, and expands support for HomeKit Secure Video cameras. As it turns out, there is one limitation to this: If you want unlimited support for HomeKit Secure Video cameras, you Requires an iCloud+ plan for $9.99 per month with 2TB of storage.
The current HomeKit Secure Video implementation is as follows: no cameras with 50GB of iCloud storage, one camera with a 200GB iCloud storage plan, and up to five cameras with 2TB of iCloud storage when iCloud+ launches. to the public at the end of this year All these changes
For $0.99 per month, iCloud+ offers 50GB of iCloud storage and support for video recording from a single HomeKit Secure Video camera. For $2.99 per month, iCloud+ offers 200GB of storage and support for up to five HomeKit Secure Video cameras. For $9.99 per month, you get 2TB of iCloud storage and unlimited HomeKit Secure Video camera support.
according to the previous policy Videos recorded from HomeKit Secure Video don̵7;t count toward your iCloud storage limit.
This is a partial release for Apple’s new iCloud+ service, as the company was pretty vague about HomeKit Secure Video camera support details when it announced the change yesterday. The company has implied that unlimited HomeKit Secure Video cameras will be supported on all iCloud+ plans, but the fine print indicates that’s not the case.
All three iCloud+ plans also include Apple’s new Private Relay privacy features and Hide My Email. including support for custom domains in iCloud Mail
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