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iPhone nano Evidence Builds Up, XSKN Posts Entire Case Listings

MacRumors points out that third party case manufacturer XSKN has posted a complete listing of cases they are selling pointing to the release of an iPhone nano.


This of course comes as mounting evidence that Apple may release an iPhone nano very soon. This correlates with some leaked case renderings, as well as some findings in a batch of code that all points to the release of an iPhone nano. XSKN’s complete case listing can be found here. The case manufacturer has been arguably accurate in the past, however a few technical reasons keep many from entirely believing that an iPhone nano will soon be released.

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4 Comments to “iPhone nano Evidence Builds Up, XSKN Posts Entire Case Listings”

jojo22 @ December 23rd, 2008 at 10:40 am
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Man, you know how hard that virtual keyboard would be to use when not in landscape mode? That would be friggin insane.


jimmy @ December 23rd, 2008 at 10:44 am
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How would the App Store work? Would everything be smaller? Could it automatically resize graphics in applications and the UI?


AppBeacon @ December 23rd, 2008 at 11:12 am
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Who wants to bet that XSKN doesn’t get any timely specs from Apple anymore?

“Apple Vendor Support Line – Can I help you? Who may I ask is calling? XSKN? Oh, you didn’t get the new specs for the iPhone Macro? We’re sorry. We must have lost your mailing address…”


Marieke @ September 11th, 2014 at 8:14 pm
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that although relrlsees on eBay and Amazon may claim they currently have the product in hand, it’s not possible, as no suppliers have to his knowledge begun manufacturing third-party Lightning cables. People should be very surprised if this cable can be cloned by Christmas, Peter told AppleInsider. This is a serious undertaking and the Chinese know it. “Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0