Apple to develop iPhone Nano?

By Justin Mann on July 9, 2007, 8:08 PM
For those that like small gadgets, there's apparently now plans from Apple to release a smaller sized iPhone. There's no mention on how much smaller the device will be, or what impact a reduced size would have on storage capacity, battery life, memory or other such units.

Though the iPhone has received much criticism for being poorly featured compared to other PDAs, having a high price and plagued with activation issues upon release, it has been selling extremely well. Those that do like it, love it, and are praising it. It again proves how successful Apple has been with marketing, and perhaps their 500,000+ units sold in a single weekend will make their 10 million by the end of 2008 closer to reality than previously thought.

One advantage a Nano-sized iPhone might have is a reduced cost, which would be very beneficial for Apple reaching out to customers that simply aren't willing to shell out $600 for a phone. Interesting stuff.

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