One of the downsides of Apple's ultra top-secret philosophy on new products is that people tend to get stuck paying for something they wouldn't have bought one week later.
Such is the case for anyone who purchased an iPhone or iPod touch yesterday.
As you may have heard, Apple doubled the capacity for both the iPhone and iPod touch. For an extra hundred bucks, you can get twice as much storage capacity. A pretty good deal, unless you paid for the previous model.
Steve Jobs alleviated the last price drop by offering a rebate, but eventually these surprise launches may start to wear on consumers and make people reluctant to buy products in anticipation of an upgrade.
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