Apple, the consumer electronics giant, on Tuesday rolled out new versions of its popular iPod music player. CEO Steve Jobs also unveiled cheaper models of its Touch music player, a touchscreen-only device. An 8-gigabyte version now costs $229, down from $299. A 32-gigabyte model costs $399, down from $499. Steve Jobs decided to decrease the price of iPods in an attempt to increase total revenue from iPod sales. One of his employees, Jess, disagrees and suggests that an iPod price increase will increase total revenue. Who is correct?