Apple Launches Worldwide Replacement Program for First-Generation iPod Nano

Apple has determined that, in very rare cases, the battery in the iPod nano (1st generation) may overheat and pose a safety risk. Users claim that the safety risk comes in the form of a minor explosion.

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ThePundit2353d ago

Has this worked for anyone yet?

Merrill2352d ago

I haven't received my replacement yet, but Apple is sending me a box to send them my old one and they said they're sending me a replacement. 6 weeks I think it said, so we will see.

Merrill2352d ago

You have to sign up on the Apple page, other than that it seems legit. Put my Ipod Serial Number in and my shipping address, says the box is on the way.

ThePundit2352d ago

You sure are lucky to receive a new iPod in return for another that is more than a couple of years old.. \m/

Merrill2352d ago

I agree. I'm not sure what generation they're going to send me, but I am happy regardless. Just have to get all those songs off of it before I send it to them.