iPod'd Dirty Secret

I found this over at Neil's World. He got it from Dan's journal. Here is the great QuickTime movie that explains everything. Apple does [now] offer a $99 battery replacement plan, btw. I think my brother got one of the first 30 GB iPods off the line, his would not hold a charge. He sent it into Apple and he had a new (or fixed, I cannot remember) one rather shortly. I have friends who have the original 5 GB model, and have had no problems with it.

Comments (1)

Ron:

Help!!

I have a 20gig photo IPOD if it sits for a few days it will not turn on but if I plug it in
(to the wall) it will power up and run fine
I just dont get it, it seems to have a full charge as soon as I plug it in (or at least 75% life)

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