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Apple iPhone Nano
Mark Peters : November 13th 2009 - 23:10 CET
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AppleNew and small iPhone nano to be announced at CES 2010? : One of those persistent rumors that keeps popping up, is about the development of a smaller iPhone 3Gs, also called Apple iPhone Nano. Perhaps an iPhone Nano is simply the most desired item, and we can certainly imagine why. The iPhone 3GS has had a major impact on the development of new phones, and has at the same time also influenced the creative minds of the developers that tend to stay in the background. We can certainly see potential for a small iPhone Nano, although a smaller screen does require appropriate adjustments. The latest rumors report the development of an Apple iPhone Nano with a 2.8-inch screen.

Apple iPhone nano

Apple iPhone Nano
Additionally, support of GSM and CDMA networks is being discussed, in order to not only introduce a new Apple iPhone Nano in the States, but also win over the hearts of the European Apple fans. When it comes to Apple products, it always remains a mystery if and when rumors become reality. We often see suppliers of iPhone leaking components to the public, yet it is never fully clear whether they are actual suppliers and whether the components are related to the iPhone Nano. It is also very likely we are being shown components that are related to a Chinese iPhone clone.

iPhone nano

Small iPhone nano available around may 2010?
It seems unlikely that we will find an iPhone Nano under this year's Christmas tree. If we carefully examine the rumors, the second half of 2010 seems more likely to bring us a possible Apple iPhone Nano launch. The question remains what will happen to the Google Android force. Will the current mobile phone market still have the same market share division, or will Android prove to have struck mercilessly, and thus determine the future product developments? We'll keep our eyes wide-open for any rumors about the new Apple iPhone Nano!

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