Apple's iCloud online storage pricing seems excessively expensive when compared to Google Drive and other services. $100 will get you 55GB/year on iCloud whereas $60 will give you 100GB on Google Drive. I understand that iCloud offers more to the user in terms of automatic backups for iOS devices, but paying essentially twice the price for half of the storage seems a bit overkill. I'd rather backup all of my photos and videos manually to a hard drive or other cloud storage solution instead of paying $100. Does anybody else feel this way? Does Apple have a history of lowering online storage upgrades?