Despite rumors floating around how Apple will be slashing prices of the current iPhone and iPod Touch by $100 and dropping the 8GB models of the touch and the iPhone to make way for the iPhone, it is most likely not true. For one thing, Apple has slowed down purchasing a much lower amount of NAND Flash memory than original forecasts slowing growth, probably because it anticipates with the higher pricing, there will be less people buying things like the 16GB iPhone and iPod Touch, however, they make an increased profit despite producing less offset by the high cost of the products themselves. As some articles have published, the 3G iPhone will *probably* be released Q4 2008, which is most definitely not by the end of this month or even within the next few months. It wouldn't be wise for Apple to release the SDK and offer a $100 price cut on their existing products. The announcement of the SDK alone is sure to increase sales and may be the key to tip the balance of those who were still on the edge whether or not to buy an iPod Touch (32GB) or not. If the SDK turns out to be as good as it is, we can potentially see many months of profit for Apple, and when the sales start to slow down due to everyone getting used to the idea of the SDK (around Q4 2008), they bust out the new 3G iPhone along with the price cuts, probably at the next MacWorld. What do you think? What's your take?