While most of us still haven't gotten the 2nd gen iPhone, the Daily Mail reports that Apple will come out with an iPhone Nano in time for Christmas.
The Nano version of the extremely popular iPhone will be cheaper, plus it'll be designed forpay-as-you-go plans...
According to the Daily Mail, "The product will be launched in the UK at up to £150 for pay-as-you-go customers by O2, the mobile phone group owned by Spain's Telefonica. 'This will be a big one,' said an industry source."
Before you get all worked up though, these rumors are almost the same as a year ago, when a JP Morgan analyst claimed that Apple would be planning on launching a cheaper version of the iPhone in the 4th quarter of 2007. This was based on some liberal interpretations of Apple's patent applications.
With the new iPod Nano on the horizon, a new MacBook Touch in the works and Apple informing retailers that there is an iPod shortage, things are most definitely brewing over at Apple. There has to be no doubt that Apple is working on a smaller version of the iPhone, the trouble is that no one knows for sure when this will happne. via CrunchGear
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