Rumours of a lower-end iPhone have surfaced again. This time, The Daily Mail reports that Apple will launch an iPhone ‘nano’ before Christmas. In late March, Piper Jaffray predicted that Apple would launch such a product to make inroads into the lower end of the market.
The iPhone nano is expected to be offered by O2 (and presumably others) and sell for up to £150 (about USD$300) in the pay-as-you-go market.
The Daily Mail sources describe the iPhone nano as a candybar device that could have a touch wheel on the back and display on the front.