The next version of the Apple iPhone Nano could be going cloud-only, according to the rumour mill. The upcoming mini iPhone, thought to be half the size of the iPhone 4, could actually be stripped down to the point…
Trickle by tricle we’re working out what Apple plans to release come WWDC this year and today is further evidence that they’ve got a few differnet options for us.
A source at a mobile phone certificating body in the US has seen papers approving 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB sized iPhones which would suggest that Apple is moving away from a one handset strategy.
There’s already been word of a larger media tablet and we’ve seen mooted spec sheets for the current model’s improvement but the introduction of smaller memory units points towards early talk of more basic iPhones, perhaps even available for less than £100.
Doubtless we’ll have more and more as the WWDC gets closer and I’ll keep you posted as soon as I hear.
“Oh my god… *stares at the internet*… it’s STARTING AGAIN.”
Just as soon as we’re over the iPhone 3G rumour period of HELL, another supposed Apple “exclusive” rears its head – this time regarding a newer, smaller iPhone that everyone’s clearly going to be calling the iPhone Nano…