Is there any reason why the iPhone did not get the features that the new Nano received? 1. Pedometer . . . According to Apple.com, the Nano simply uses the accelerameter for this. As the iPhone also has an accelerameter, it should just be software based. 2. Video effects . . . The iPhone uses Open GL 2.0 right? Why wouldn't it be powerful enough to handle the video effects that the nano received? 3. FM radio . . . From what I understand, the wireless chip in the iPhone includes an FM radio that Apple simply has not enabled. Now that the Nano has the radio, why not unlock it for iPhone users too. I would have expected iPhone 3.1 to include all of this. As it is, I am fairly disappointed. And before any asks "why do you need a radio on the iPhone," streaming radio takes too much battery power and can not receive the audio my gym transmits via FM for the TVs.