I'm only asking this here because Apple would remove the post for "speculation" there, but I have 24GB of music that won't fit on my Moto X (and I prefer stock Android or Motorola) which only come in 32GB through Verizon, so I want to put my collection on a small mp3 player, and I prefer the iPod nano, but they only go up to 16GB. What's the deal here? They've been 16GB for three generations; other devices have doubled periodically, but the nanos have just frozen. It seems like they have enough room for the chips, and do they really think people's mp3 collections haven't increased over time? I understand that the carriers want you to stream everything so they can charge you more (which is why you can't get a phone with an FM radio tuner app on it on Verizon, like the HTC One M8 has on other carriers), but is Apple agreeing with them? This is a really bad philosophy, as streaming is reliant on a consistent internet connection, uses up limited data, and drains your battery more. I don't see any reason why Apple has kept the nano in the past for so long.