We totally missed this one: Since most iPod touch users are not upgrading to the latest and greatest version of the iPhone OS, Apple has decided to lower the price to $US4.95. Apparently, some third-party statistics have shown that only 1% of iPod touch users have upgraded to 3.0, an extremely low percentage compared to 44% in the iPhone camp. [9-to-5mac]
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