It seems that substitution programs succeed. Three days ago we told you about the plan to change the adapters on MacBooks and MacBooks Pro old especially the problem of cable sheath, which is separated from the connectors on the ends. Now it has been reported through a web page of the company that Apple started a campaign to replace the original iPod nano battery , which sold between 2005 and 2006.
Apparently a fraction of the units sold between September 2005 and January 2006 had a problem with the battery that was causing in some cases this will overheat to the point of destruction. Although not true in all cases, failures are caused by one of the suppliers, and worsens as time passes. The website leads to a form that we fill with the serial number that appears on the back of the battery, so you can easily determine if our first-generation iPod nano is affected or not this replacement plan.
It concludes a series of news we had been receiving from around the world, like Japan, where he knew extreme cases where this battery fires or damage were caused to its users.