/// Apple Warns of Battery Overheating Risk with First Generation iPod Nanos
Apple on Friday said that the battery in some first-generation iPod Nanos could overheat and told users to stop using the devices and send them to the company for replacement. It’s what you or I might call a recall, though Apple likes to call them “replacement programs” unless they are certain types of issues coordinated with the U.S. consumer product safety authorities. The affected models are the kind with the white or black plastic front and silver back and were sold between September 2005 and December 2006. Apple said the issue is limited to that first generation iPod Nano and doesn’t affect other models. “This issue has been traced to a single battery supplier that produced batteries with a manufacturing defect,” Apple said in a post on its support Web site . “While the possibility of an incident is rare, the likelihood increases as the battery ages.” The site provides instructions for checking the serial number and, if necessary, returning the units to Apple for a replacement, which is then waranteed for 90 days.
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Apple Warns of Battery Overheating Risk with First Generation iPod Nanos