The company has already confirmed that it will be offering all iOS and Mac OS X users 5GB of cloud-based storage for free, but if you want a little extra, Apple is offering multiple solutions.
10GB of additional space will cost £14 a year, 20GB extra will be £28 a year, while 50GB of space on top of the free offering will be £70 every 12 months.
However, don’t fret, this doesn’t include any media files, such as photos from the Photo Stream functionality or music.
Apple anticipates that the 5GB will be enough to comfortable hold all of your iWork documents and plenty of space to sync contacts across your devices.
“5GB of free storage is plenty for most people. But if you need extra space, you can always buy additional storage,” says a post at the back-end of the iCloud website.
iCloud went live for registered Apple developers on Monday, with those lucky few able to test the functionality using iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion.
Feedback so far from the developer community has been mixed with some parties disappointed that full document editing in iWork using iCloud doesn’t offer Google Docs-like solution many had hoped for.