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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Meet the iPhone nano, basically an iPhone squeezed into an enclosure thicker than, but with the same footprint as a 3rd Generation iPod nano. The display surround is brushed aluminum, but with a more squared-off edge to mirror both the iPod touch and the new iMacs. The back is soft touch/hard wear plastic, over a contrast color metal/plastic composite inner frame. This eliminates the need for the black plastic wi-fi cutout, and improves durability over the iPod touch's shiny back, whilst allowing for fashionable colors. The new version of the OS has flick-scrolling enabled on the home screen, as all the existing iPhone apps are present on the iPhone nano.
Made in Google Sketchup, hand drew the whole OS - how neat is that?