I like the idea of an iPhone nano. One with a small screen with the same resolution of an iPhone 3GS, powered by an A4 processor. I'd buy one. But a cloud-based iPhone doesn't make any sense. Not right now.
UK tech force T3 commissioned a series of writers/designers to mock up future products covering everything from shoes to televisions. And of course, they couldn't resist rendering the rumor-loved iPhone nano.
It's been a while since we've heard more about the iPhone Nano, and even though it's hasn't shown its face yet it already has its own clone: The HiPhone Nano.
The Commercial Times has thrown us a curve: they're now saying that the next-gen iPhone will have three models, one of which could be a budget, EDGE-only throwback.
The iPhone nano is coming! The iPhone nano is coming! Or so does the Economic Daily News say, quoting sources at Taiwanese electronic parts manufacturers TSMC and UMC. The rumors are becoming louder and louder.
XSKN has gone beyond the previous iPhone Nano case leak to making an entire product page littered with different colors of the supposedly soon-to-come iPhone Nano.
Before the iPhone 3G was released, a Chinese case manufacturer named XSKN showed a case with a curved back that ended up resembling the iPhone 3G. Now, XSKN has leaked their iPhone nano case. Real?
Apple might never announce it, but fanboys will always dream, analysts will always schmooze and rumor sites will always report: The iPhone nano will always be with us, even if it never is. [Joy of Tech]
These shots originated over at Gadgetzone.nl, where they wonder aloud whether this is or isn't an upcoming iPhone Nano. Their source "implores" them that it really is the iPhone Nano and it originates inside Apple, but unless Apple's security broke down horribly between when the regular iPhone was in development and…
More Rumors: DigiTimes claims that a new iPhone is in production and will ship in September. Knowing their extremely bad rumormongering record, don't hold your breath for it. [digitimes]
You might be looking at plans for the iPhone nano. Here's a patent application by Apple, dated today, that shows a simplified input pad with numbers on it, and it could conceivably be a simple follow-on to the iPhone. The touchpad "displays graphical elements to indicate input areas of the touchpad," and as you can…