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Sacconaghi pretty much shoots down talk of the rumored, low-cost "iPhone nano." Any future iPhone, he says, will probably have at least a web browser and access to the Apple App Store. The analyst also notes that Cook, Oppenheimer and Schiller say that future iPhones won't come with hardware keyboards.
On the other hand, Sacconaghi says the Apple TV's position is more precarious. After his talk with the senior staffers, he understands that Apple views "lots of barriers" for the networkable media hub and doesn't see it as a current business cornerstone like it does iPhones, iPods and Macs, adds AppleInsider.
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