After the Google Android announced their strategy of having Android on every device they can get their hands on – Apple had to come up with a plan of their own.
But will the mini iPhone be the trick?
The idea of the iPhone nano has been around since the iPhone was first created – but now this rumour is getting steam. According to PCWorld, the new iPhone will be one-third smaller than the current model, have no home button and a contract-free price of $200.
Is it true?
According to the Bloomberg report published last Friday, Apple is working on a dual-mode phone with a universal SIM card that runs on GSM & CDMA networks. But will this be in mini form? That’s yet to be determined.
If this does happen, it allows Apple to be offered at a many different price ranges which could have enormous potential in the future.
What do you think about the iPhone Nano Idea? Would you activate an iPhone like this?