76% of iPhone Users Expected to Embrace iCloud Storage

According to a recent survey conducted by RBC Capital Markets, an overwhelming majority of iPhone users are expected to adopt Apple’s upcoming iCloud service.

The survey reveals that 76% of iPhone owners are likely to use iCloud, which will be available at no extra cost, while 30% might opt for the annual $25 iTunes Match service.

The anticipation doesn’t stop there; about 73% of iPhone users are also excited about the prospect of using iMessage, an iOS-exclusive messaging platform.

The strong interest in these services is understandable, given their integration into the operating system and the convenience they offer in synchronizing data across multiple devices.

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