Yes, sorry, another iPhone nano thread. But this one's different, I promise! My question, why does the next iPhone have to be smaller? As many have said, smaller = bigger problems because of screen size, keyboard, apps, etc. Plus, the iPhone is great [and small] as it is! Why not have two versions of the same-sized iPhone. An iPhone+ and regular iPhone, if you will. The current iPhone 3G stays as is, though it could do with a better camera at the next revision. Includes 3G networking, GPS. 16GB for $199, 32GB (?) for $299. Would include the current plans with AT&T. The iPhone "nano" would have the same features as the first-generation iPhone: EDGE only, and no GPS. Since it's the same size as every other touch device, applications from the App Store would work. 4 or 8GB models for $99, and uses the cheaper $20 data plan from the first iPhone, but is optional. And since it is a staple of each "lower end" iPod to come in different colors, you get a choice with this model as well. Anyway, that's how I think a new iPhone model would logically come. What do you all think?