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Case I bought a case from Griffan for my ipod classic. I'm concerned about the magnets they use to close the case cover. Will it hurt my ipod? I think they would have thought of that when they made the case but I just wanted to make sure.

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The magnets shouldnt be strong enough.
I have had my belkin case for years and the magnets havent damaged my ipods so it should not be a problem.
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In some cases yes. It all depends on the type of cover bought for your device. If a cheap one then more than likely it will affect your screen.

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