Recently, there have been reports pointing to the possibility that Apple will introduce a smaller and cheaper version of the iPhone 5. According to rumors, the handset will be labeled as iPhone Nano. Yet, even if the phone seems interesting because of its size and cost, iPhone fans and users need to set their expectations straight as it is highly probable that the phone will have several limitations compared to the regular version of the iPhone.
The first limitation of the smaller sized iPhone 5 is the Siri feature. Many already expect the famous voice assistant to become a part of the regular iPhone 5 but it may not be possible with the Nano version because of its more affodable price. However, in case Apple decides to still put Siri in the iPhone Nano, it can still do so but it will only be the basic instead of the full version assistant such as what the new iPad have.
The second possible limitation of the iPhone 5 Nano is the camera. The iPhone 4S garnered so many positive feedback because of its camera that is why many expect the iPhone 5 to have at the very least a camera of 10 MP. But, this may not be the case for the Nano version as it may only have a 5 to 8 MP camera without the capability to capture high definition 1080P photos and videos unlike the usual iPhone model.
Finally, the iPhone Nano may have a limited processor. The recently released new iPad has a very fast and efficient A5x chip in its processor which is also the same chip that is expected to be used in the iPhone 5. But, just like the iPhone 4S, the Nano may only have the A5 chip and a smaller memory and storage versus the standard iPhone version.