Do you think an Apple iPhone Nano is really needed?
Yesterday I posted on the possibility of an Apple “iPhone nano” before Christmas; it does seem a valid rumour as it came from one of the major UK newspapers, but even if this rumour is true, is there really a call for an “iPhone nano”?
Basically an “iPhone nano” would be a smaller compact version of an iPhone, but if you take the Apple iPhone as it stands isn’t it what it is because of its large screen, large storage capacity, its 3G, and numerous other features it incorporates these make it the success that it has become.
I am none too sure if the same could be said for an “iPhone nano”; why would there be a call to strip down the iPhone to put forward a smaller less feature packed device?
I think the idea may be to appeal to those who want a pay-as-you-go device and at a cheap price of Â£150.00, but doesn’t that defeat the point of the Apple iPhone evolving to 3G?
I’m curious to see what our readers think on the possibility of an “iPhone nano”, so would you like to find one sitting in your Christmas stocking?