Why is Apple charging $750 for the iPhone when the new iPad + 4G costs only $630? Based on some quick calculations based on the price of an iPod Touch (which is essentially an iPhone without the phone part), and the price of an iPad 4G (which is an iPad with the phone part), the iPhone 4 is $220 more expensive than it should be, and the iPhone 4S is $420 more expensive than it should be! The price discrepancy seems to be supported by the iSuppli teardown component estimate of the iPhone 4S, which was $188, and the new iPad + 4G, which is $364 (double that of the iPhone 4S). So if we conclude that Apple are unnecessarily overcharging on the iPhone, any theories why? Or is it simply "because they can"?