Apple replaces 1st gen iPods with defective overheating batteries

When it comes to a good company, it must extend its service to consumers even after purchase of products.Apple does it now.Apple has found that a few 1st gen iPods have defective batteries that produce more heat.Apple has Posted a warning message on its site to stop using the first gen iPod nano if it seems to overheat.

This is a issue from a single battery vendor and the heating would occur as the battery ages, the company says.Apple has announced a free replacement of the product world wide.If you have one such iPod you may apply for replacement.For your information the iPods sold between September 2005 and December 2006 have the defect.You can check if your iPod is eligible for replacement by entering its Serial number here.

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