Apple has doubled the amount of storage available on the firm's iCloud service to 2TB, which will cost £13.99 a month.
The new offering was added to the Apple Support page for iCloud and comes just a week or so before the unveiling of the iPhone 7, prompting speculation that the device will come with a larger 256GB of internal storage.
A 2TB storage offering is roughly eight times that of a 256GB phone, which is about the same split between Apple's 1TB iCloud package and a 128GB iPhone.
Apple has long been expected to launch a 256GB version of the iPhone at some point to meet the demands of users who are creating and storing ever increasing volumes of data from photos, videos and apps.
The new storage option comes just a few days after Apple rushed out an urgent patch for the iPhone following an attack on a human rights lawyer's device.
The attack is believed to have been made by the security forces of a repressive regime with the help of a shadowy IT security company.
The patch was put together after Apple was alerted to a "sophisticated" spyware threat affecting iOS that exploited a number of zero-day vulnerabilities that the security company had reportedly purchased.
Apple was also hit with a €13bn tax bill by the European Commission after allegations that the company had not paid the right level of tax in Ireland.
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