IPhone Nano Is Technically An Apple TV With A Touchscreen Display And Battery

Posted: Feb 14 2011, 1:24pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 14 2011, 1:34pm CST, in Rumors | Apple

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The iPhone nano rumor mill keeps on turning. Earlier today we reported that they new small budget iPhone will enable carriers to offer a free iPhone. Now Cult of Mac chimes in and reports that a source disclosed to them that the iPhone nano has very little memory.

All media content will be basically pulled on demand from the cloud. The iPhone nano would be a streaming client comparable to the latest Apple TV. The new iPhone nano is conceptually an Apple TV with a touchscreen display. The Apple TV retails for $99. For the iPhone nano you need a touchscreen and a battery and you are done. Apple can easily keep the price under $300 by cutting memory.

From an user perspective the iPhone nano requires decent connectivity at all times to even listen to music. An unlimited data plan also will come in handy. I think I will stick with the premium iPhone 5.

The rumors of the iPhone nano are taking a lot of attention away from the MWC 2011. I think it was the same last year. I do not remember exactly, but I think back a year ago the rumors of the iPad overshadowed the Mobile World Congress.

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