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The is the new iPhone Nano. I tried to come up with a completely new concept since I didn't want anything that resembled current design. Apple released the 1G Nano and then the 5G which carried designs from the Nano. Apple could release this phone and then upgrade the current iPhone to fit it's look. It features two screens, both capable of displaying video and audio playback. While surfing through the menu, one will be able to control audio and video playback on one screen while browsing through with the other. The device will automatically switch the video or song to the smaller screen if one goes to the main menu which is done by holding down on the Apple logo on the "Apple bar". This will also allow one to browse the store or a web page and still manage their music. The main screen features spherical widgets. They actually move in a vertical loop with the largest one being the one that's being selected. One can slide through them by touching the screen, or sliding their finger up and down over the touch-sensitive "Apple bar" that separates the two screens. Having a main widget selected brings up a smaller screen which shows the subcategories for that widget. Having the iPod selected brings up what you can see on the screen now. Realistically, there would be more, but I only included a few. Turning the device vertical can put it into phone mode, but doesn't have to (settings). One slides their finger left and right across the "Apple bar" to flip through their stored contacts. When one stops on a contact, various information shows up about that contact. One can use the bottom screen to dial and control music. It's paused now because a call in being made, but when browsing through contacts one might want to hear their current song. It's capable of DVD-quality video output. It comes with a stylus since I do not see why such a device wouldn't. The browser is shown full-screen on the bigger screen, while address bars and favorites can be shown on the smaller screen. One will be able to toggle between several different menus using the smaller screen while keeping the bigger one on one page. The two screens are there to increase productivity and allow you to multi-task. I think that's all I wanted to say about it so thanks for reading.

Demorrius Sims
Stockbridge, Ga

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