Question about Apple iPod touch
Indeed magnets will kill a hard drive, such as the one in your iphone used to hold your music, as it uses magnetic impulses to make
the Binary 1/0 on the disk platter. Passing a magnet over a hard drive will disrupt this data,
and make the disk unreadable.
While many hard drives in computers/laptops have magnetic shields to prevent this from happening... the itouch does not.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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