That warm feeling in your pocket is just your iPod nano catching fire

When Apple came out with a page about battery care, most people assumed that Apple had issued the guidelines in order to deflect battery capacity complaints. One warning concerning iPod battery heat while charging may not have been made out of self-interest, though. According to Agence France-Presse, an iPod in Japan overheated while being charged in its case. (link)

1 Response to “That warm feeling in your pocket is just your iPod nano catching fire”

  1. 1 Tim July 19, 2008 at 4:39 am

    This is the first iPod that I ever buy. It’s very cute and works really well. The packaging is very nicely done in an elegant white box inside of which are the headphones.

    The iPod is easy to use and sync music with if you’ve done this kind of thing before, but there are manuals to be downloaded online for anything that you need.

    One thing though, the iPod nano is extremely slim and I would not recommend that clumsy people who drop things a lot buy it, because I borrowed a friend’s iPod before and the screen went bust because it got a minor shock, while i was driving. I think I will buy ipod nano for my friend.

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