Did you rush out and buy an iPhone the moment they went on sale? Then there's a word for you: SUCKER. After rolling out a new line of iPods, including touchscreen models that do everything an iPhone does but make calls, Apple has dropped the price on the most expensive iPhone to $399, a 33-percent slashing. Of course, Apple's iPhone is competing with heavily subsidized cell-phone models, which rapidly drop in price after soaking the early adopters for everything they're worth. It should come as no surprise to the technically adept, gadget-lusting geeks who splashed out for an iPhone early on. We just hope that paying $200 for two months of insufferable smugness was worth it.