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IF you have a 1st Generation iPod Nano (yes, the one that first came out back in 2005) you're in luck because Apple could exchange it for a new one at zero cost from now on. How is this possible? Due to a error that many of these iPod Nanos have experienced in the battery, due to which in the year 2011 Apple established a program replacement program and best of all, now in 2015 the program is still in force What does this mean? That you can trade in your 2005 iPod for a new one right now.
Apple gives you a new iPod for a 1st G iPod nano
One of the best things about Apple is that it always rewards loy alty, since who was going to tell us that they could exchange us an iPod 10 years after it came out if it presents some problem with the battery Well, those of Cupertino have decided so, so if you are lucky enough to have a 1st Generation iPod Nano that has battery problems (which is not difficult after 10 years) they give you a new one for free (and one of the new ones).
If we enter the Apple website (which I leave you at the end of the article) we can manage the change from there. What we will have to do is select our country and then the serial number to verify that our iPod nano is valid. Then we can follow the normal process, in which Apple will take care of absolutely everything, from picking up our iPod and bringing us a brand new one totally free
New iPod nano at zero cost
If you want to get a beautiful new iPod nano like the ones we see in this photo, all you have to do is have a 1st class iPod Nano Generation (which you may be very fond of) with battery problems and Apple will change it totally free If you didn't know, now you know, I just hope In return, tell us in the comments if you dare to make the leap to something new.
What do you think of this Apple program? Would you trade in your old iPod for a new one?