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Replace Your iPod's Battery
Tuesday, Aug 9th, 2005   |  Issue: 13   |  Volume: 24   |  Read the Full Article

There are few products more popular than the iPod—except when it comes to battery life. The batteries in early iPods fail after a time (300 to 500 charge/discharge cycles or about two to three years) and just won’t hold a charge. Even worse, there’s no easy way to change the batteries. Angry owners sued and now Apple has agreed to some restitution.

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