So with the decrease in sales of the iPod and the increase in sales of "music phones" (http://technology.guardian.co.uk/opinion/story/0,,1856486,00.html?gusrc=rss&feed=20) it's looking likely that the iPod/iPhone is destined to appear. I do wonder what pricing strategy Apple will use. Will they sell it as a standalone product allowing people to put in any sim card, thereby maximising their revenue. And charging us high prices! Or will they team up with some network providers, who will then in return subsdise the iPhone, which will mean it'll be a lot cheaper for us! I'm sure they'd be able to shift quite a few million more globablly doing it this way. In today's world it of combining everything in one it seems pretty obvious that is the way the iPod is going now. I do hope networks will subsidise it. A top notch iPod for £100/$150 sounds ace! Maybe there'll be some kind of special feature within the iPhone as well that will only work with Macs - thus increase computer sales too. What are your thoughts?