I miss old cellphones. Don't get me wrong, I love my iPhone 5. I love the functionality, apps, and the quality and finish of the product. But the 5 is even taller than the 4. Cellphones in the 90s used to be huge brick things, and over the following decade were condensed into smaller and neater packages that could actually fit inside your pocket. With the advent of video technology on phones, they've grown in size to a standard 6 x 11 inches. But there are still some of us who are waiting for the day when Apple will release a phone catered to an audience who don't need all the bells and whistles of a bulky smartphone - a simple, well-designed, concise little gadget that can easily fit inside your pocket as cellphones once did a few years ago. A clever utilisation of the touchscreen interface to cram lots of functionality into a tiny space. I'm talking about the iPhone Mini. I can't believe Apple haven't cottoned on to this yet. There's a whole market for people who prefer smaller rather than bigger. And guess what - they've already made it! The new iPod Nano is exactly the right size - just take that device, add app support and turn it into a phone. Simples! Nothing fancy, just a small, functional phone that's perfect for on the go. The screen is even big enough for video. So many people have shot me down with this idea. I just don't understand - surely there must be more people out there who want the same thing?