So, for the first time ever, Google is letting Apple win. Google has historically offered their Drive storage for (much) cheaper than Apple (for consumers). Well during the last WWDC just a few months back, Apple announced it was doing away with its 1TB storage plan for $9.99/month. (This was Google’s exact offering as well). But Apple surprised us when they said it was being replaced with the already existing 2TB plan ($19.99/month)- for the same price. I personally though Mr. Tim Cook had spoken wrongly or was reading a typo on the teleprompter. But nope. That was the real deal. Well, since then, Google has done nothing. As a matter of fact, they changed no prices for any of their storage plans. Oh you can get 2TB from Google. But it’ll cost you $19.99/month- exactly $10.00 more than Apple. So, here’s the problem: What if I have 1.5 TB worth of crap on iCloud Drive and I’m paying for the (great) 2TB plan? But what if I also wanted to switch to the cheaper, faster, GORGEOUS Google PixelBook and Pixel 2 Phone…? I’d have to pony up $10 bucks more a month to store my stuff in Google Drive. That’s not good. Some people actually WANT to go simplify and get that dame beautiful PixelBook and stunning Pixel 2 Phone and just live in the cloud. Well, for now, they’ll have to spend their savings on storage… That stinks. C’mon Google! It’s your move! Help me help you!