Some sites still insist that there will be an iPhone Nano at Macworld Expo. I guarantee that there will NOT be an iPhone nano.
Just think about it. Look at your iPhone and bring up the keyboard. Do you really want a smaller screen? Will most people with average sized hands be able to comfortably use a smaller keyboard than the current iPhone keyboard?
The limited screen space would force developers to redesign their applications to fit on a smaller screen and make it necessary to maintain separate versions for regular iPhone or iPod Touch and iPhone Nano.
The last few days I’ve been catching up with work and recovering from Macworld. This is the first Macworld where I didn’t come home with a cold, since I prepared by taking TriMune for the week leading up to it and I’ve continued to take it every day. I do have the post-Macworld blahs, though.
I miss hanging out with all of the industry people. Florida seems like another world, where nobody talks about the MacBook Air, and the rest of Apple’s announcements barely made a ripple.