It would not be as much a true nano-sized iPhone, of course, but a smaller version of the current iphone thus the shorthand 'iphone nano'. I believe that there would be a robust market for a lower priced phone that incorporated some of the key apple features. Basically, this is what the ROKR was intended to do with iTunes integration but it was saddled with poor Moto design and a ridiculous 100 song storage limit. An Apple birthed ROKR would likely be a much slicker device with some kind of keypad and true itunes integration with a smaller storage capacity than the iphone (think 2-4gb). For $100-200 with carrier subsidy, they would fly off of the proverbial shelves. Don't believe me? Take a look at the ipod product line, specifically the shuffle. It has no screen, very limited memory and functionality but has sold in the millions of units. The ipod for the masses. Before the launch people claimed that no one would every buy an ipod without a screen, I guess they were wrong (a few million times over).an owner of a nano, i dont think there is a great chance of this coming in the new future. It's so small light with not even a large enough screen to wrap my 3 fingers around it. Maybe a iphone boosted sized nano would be likely but not a nano sized iphone. With that, you probably cant even view a full screen on safari and will be extrememly hard to configure.
Oh yeah, the current iPod nano seems really, really small for a phone. Maybe the size of the iPod mini or the original iPod nano. Those are good sizes.I think their plans are for an iPhone Nano, but personally I don't like the idea. This iPhone is almost perfect as it is. But if they're going for a smaller version, then this one shouldn't be too small, not like the iPod nano.