Question about Apple iPod nano
Finished using my ipod turned it off went back to use it again and the unit was dead.Tried to charge it but the computer didn't show anything was plugged in and nothing came up on the ipod
This is a common problem when the battery dies. There is no power so iTunes will not recognize it and the iPod will not come on. If you connect it to a wall charger, and you see the iPod come to life, then you know that it is the battery.
Yes, the batteries do die and usually do after 2 years, sometimes sooner depending on how much use it has had. Batteries on these are replaceable, but they are soldered to the circuit board, so they are not replaceable by ordinary folks. Good news, Apple and other companies will replace them for about $60 or you can trade it in on another and get a 10% rebate, or you can sell it on ebay and get some money to buy another. People buy them for parts. Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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