Google Drive keeps everything on a server somewhere, it serves the purpose of taking the files off your PC and freeing up space. However I fail to see the point of iCloud Drive as to turn it on you need to allow it to download every single one of your files. For me before I got this mac I stored 1tb of data on mine, which is 500GB more than my Mac has. So I cannot turn on iCloud Drive without it filling up my whole PC and then some. If I wanted to delete it locally, it then deletes it on the server too... WHY? It's the dumbest thing, the server is meant to be the master, I don't want to accidentally delete stuff. I also want to mention how folders have to be zipped... why? Google Drive doesn't request that and you cannot just play and view content from it, you have to download it first.... why? Again Google Drive doesn't require it. It's so crap like lots of Apple's software, why does the mail app never delete mail? Every time I come back stuff has popped back up and I have to redelete it.Why is Keychain more hassle than it's worth? Meant to be a convenient password keeper, but now I have iCloud asking me for previous passwords I had years ago and asking me for my old phone number I created my account with years ago.... I don't know it, was so long ago. On top of that if I ever want to use a keychain password on Windows or anything else, you have to keep going into keychain on your phone and hoping it sync'd as it never seems to update changed passwords. Why did Apple change the way the Home Button works on older devices? I get it on the 7, but it's totally unintuitive and annoying for previous devices. I swear Apple are getting worse and more and more they're pushing me away. Getting rid of the 3.5mm jack thing would be fine if they used USB-C, but it's just one more step to a totally locked down ecosystem where you have to buy something with an Apple License which means end users pay the Apple tax on everything. Not to mention the lightning port is so weak and flimsy, the 2.5mm jack sits in there sturdy, after a few months the lighting port becomes loose from wear and every cable rocks around in there. That W1 chip I wouldn't be surprised is their first step to getting rid of Bluetooth, so maybe in future you'll have to buy every device specific for an Apple product. I thought Apple devices were meant to be easy an intuitive to use, it's why I switched over to a Mac since I didn't like Windows 10. However it turns out I spend most my time still on Windows 7 as every time I go on OSX there is some ******** giving me a headache, some weird Apple decision that makes no sense. Lets just hope Apple do not get into driving cars, otherwise you'll have people standing outside them, just locked out because iCloud Keychain hasn't sync'd or some BS.