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Topic: iPhone nano

Apple seen introducing mid-range contract-free $350 iPhone in Sept.

06/27/2011, 07:06 am

Apple will finally address the huge pre-paid mobile phone market in September when the company releases a mid-range, contract-free iPhone, one Wall Street analyst believes.

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China Mobile deal, 'mini iPhone' would give Apple larger piece of $70B market

06/23/2011, 09:06 am

With rumors and evidence of an agreement between China Mobile and Apple continuing to grow, one Wall Street analyst believes the growth of mobile Internet in the nation of over 1 billion "opens up a whole new world" for the iPhone.

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Apple's next iPhone could have 4-inch screen with next-gen A5 processor

02/14/2011, 11:02 pm

A pair of reports coming out of the Far East on Tuesday claim that Apple is looking to expand the screen on at least one version of the next-generation iPhone to 4 inches, while also adding an upgraded A5 chip processor to its smartphone offerings and an enhanced version of the A4 to the second-generation iPad.

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Apple distracts from Mobile World Congress as 'iPhone nano' rumors continue

02/14/2011, 10:02 am

A third major publication reported on Monday that Apple is working on a new, smaller, cheaper iPhone set for release this year, as the handset maker continues to steal thunder from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona -- a show it is not even attending.

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Apple working on smaller, $200 contract-free iPhone to combat Android - report

02/10/2011, 04:02 pm

Apple is working on a new design and form factor for the iPhone that would allow for a less expensive, contract-free model to take on the competing Google Android platform and bypass wireless carrier contracts, according to Bloomberg.

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Apple developing new iPhones with larger, smaller screens - report

10/06/2010, 08:10 am

Apple is currently working to expand the iPhone line, and may offer larger and smaller models as soon as early 2011, one Wall Street analyst has said.

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Two-year-old iPhone nano patent draws headlines again

07/30/2009, 04:07 pm

A dated patent filing for an iPhone nano concept has again garnered attention and inspired speculation in numerous media outlets, after the concept re-appeared in new Australian documents.

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Firm reiterates claims of entry-level iPhone this spring

02/10/2009, 11:02 am

Although Apple has downplayed the possibility of a stripped-down iPhone, the Royal Bank of Canada is reiterating claims this week that the company is gearing up to announce two new versions of its touch-screen handset, including an entry-level model that lacks both 3G connectivity and an unlimited data plan.

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Apple rules out "iPhone nano," not keen on Mac netbook

01/21/2009, 05:01 pm

Apple exposed its complete lack of interest in building a stripped down, voice-only iPhone or a Mac-based netbook during its fiscal first quarter conference call Wednesday afternoon.

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Investment firm believes Apple's building 4GB iPhones

01/14/2009, 09:01 am

A 4GB version of the iPhone once rumored to play a major role at Wal-Mart discount chains was a no-show in 2008, though one Wall Street analyst now says there's evidence the device may turn up this year.

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Paper suggests Apple's iPhone nano will ring this spring

01/13/2009, 10:01 am

Rumors that Apple plans to release a more compact version of the iPhone refuse to fade, with new claims out of the Far East suggesting the device is slated to appear sometime this spring.

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New shuffle, cheaper iPhone and MacBooks seen in 2009

12/31/2008, 12:12 pm

FBR Capital Markets said Wednesday that it believes that Apple is gearing up to release several new products during the first half of 2009, including a new version of the iPod shuffle and cheaper versions of its flagship iPhone and MacBook offerings.

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Second case maker points to 'iPhone nano'

12/29/2008, 09:12 pm

With just days to go before the annual Macworld trade show, a second case maker has added references to an iPhone nano to its website.

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iPhone nano knockoffs already on sale in Thailand (photos)

12/26/2008, 03:12 pm

Those eagerly anticipating next month's Macworld and the prospects of a smaller iPhone should beware, as a slew of tiny clones are introducing confusion as they reach store shelves.

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Case maker publishes photos of iPhone nano protector

12/23/2008, 03:12 pm

XSKN, the third-party case maker responsible for rekindling rumors of an iPhone nano, has started taking orders for a protective holder for the rumored gadget.

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Case maker fans iPhone nano rumors

12/22/2008, 12:12 pm

An iPhone and iPod case maker has added references to an "iPhone nano" to its website, presumably based on its own belief that Apple is about to unveiling a smaller version of its touchscreen handset.

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iPhone nano rumors resurface alongside case renderings

12/15/2008, 11:12 am

Renderings of a protective case for a device that resembles a smaller iPhone have been published online, rekindling speculation that Apple may be planning to introduce a new low-end handset sometime in the near future.

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Steve Jobs on Apple's cash, NetBooks, Apple TV, and cheap PCs

10/21/2008, 08:10 pm

Apple chief executive Steve Jobs made a surprise appearance on the company's fourth quarter conference call Tuesday and fielded a variety of questions that revealed further insight into company's ongoing product strategies. Specifically, he made remarks about Apple's position on the emerging NetBook space, how the troubled global economy impacts the company, the state of Apple TV, and how Apple views the prospects for $500 desktop PCs.

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Latest 'iPhone nano' rumors ill-timed

08/05/2008, 12:08 pm

While checks within Apple's supply chain suggest the company is researching a low-end iPhone design, rumors that such a device will surface this year are overly optimistic, according to Lehman Brothers.

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