After months of beta testing, Xcloud Cloud was made available to all developers in June of this year, but subscribers weren’t able to make purchases at that time. In total, developers can choose from four monthly plans that vary based on the total number of computing hours required.
25 computing hours per month are currently free, but will be charged at $15 per month in the future. The price is $50/month for 100 compute hours per month, $100/month for 250 compute hours per month, and $400/month for 1000 compute hours per month.
Developers can get started by configuring workflows in Xcode and, through the end of 2023, will receive 25 compute hours for free each month, Apple said. As mentioned above, when the trial period ends, the plan is priced at $15.