Apple iPhone Nano – Rumour Or Reality?

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Apple iPhone Nano – Rumour Or Reality?
Apple which has always lured the world with it's amazing technological creations have now got the world into a dilemma. Apple iPhone Nano is a reality or a rumour? Is the biggest question which still remain without a conclusion. The New York Times say the Apple iPhone Nano is not coming up and Wall Street Journal has already declared it's release.


Apple iPhone Nano A Rumour

The New York Times have claimed that Apple iPhone Nano will not be released by the company. Apple at present is not developing any such smaller phones. Their sources have, however, hinted that Apple is working on the iPhone 4 successor which might be launched in the market this summer. There new report also rubbish the fact that the phone will cost less. The problem of making it is that it might be cheaper but it would be more difficult to operate. People have high expectation from Apple and such a device might disturb their market. Rather they are planning to work on the next version of a popular Smartphone which would be less expensive.

Apple iPhone Nano -A Reality

Contradicting the earlier report, The Wall Street Journal and many others report that o is an attempt by Apple to compete with the Google Android. The Phone will shrink in size and also in application but will continue to have exciting features. The main feature being the availability of the phone in 0. The iPhone might not have any memory onboard storage of media. The memory will buffer media media streamed from the cloud. The reports also claim that the phone will pull all it's content from MobileMe.

For gadget,garden plants,iphones,smartphone freaks, Apple iPhone Nano with all it's limitations will remain to be a technological wonder and for some it will be all about owning a iPhone. So, some hope it is a reality and reports say it is a rumour. What do you think?

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