I think Apple's pricing structure for cloud storage is ridiculous compared to its competition. Especially since people seem to have more frustrations using it as Apple's service goes through it's growing pains. What do you think? I understand charging more for hardware but you'd think they'd reward their users with cheaper or at least competitive storage options seeing as we're already obviously in their ecosystem. It leaves a bad taste in my mouth and seems more like they're taking advantage of their users. Example: Google Drive is $24 for 100GB a year iCloud is $48 for 200GB a year and do not offer an option between 20GB and 200GB. Uh. Why not? What do you think?