Cupertino (CA) - Apple has updated its online network to allow more entertainment sharing features, giving each user up to 10 GB for an annual fee.
The Web service will interact with Apple’s new iLife ’08 software, which was introduced today. It allows editing and sharing of multimedia content and will come packed with any new iMac purchased, beginning today.
The .Mac (dot Mac) service carries a yearly fee of around $100. Users can also pay for an additional 10 GB of storage, which tacks on around another $50 per year. A "family pack" is also available for around $180/yr, which opens up 20 GB of storage and allows users to assign four different sub accounts in addition to the master account.