u know thet are recalling Nano's cause the screens crack to easy. And i was goign to get one.
Apple confirmed the problem exits, saying: "This is a real but minor issue involving a vendor quality problem in a small number of units. Our figures show this issue has affected less than 1/10 of 1 per cent of the total iPod nano units that we've shipped. It is not a design issue."
MBHockey said:I have owned a 1st gen iPod, two 3rd gens, a 4th gen, and now a Nano.
I do not understand why there is so much talk about iPod screen scratching, as every single iPod i have ever owned seems to have LCDs made of the same material, all scratching equally easily.
I don't understand why there has been such a recent outburst with complaints of scratching...and it seems rather odd to me.
iKiller484 said:not true i hav had a ipod mini for quite some time and the screen only has smuges no cracks. My friend got a Nono a couple of weeks ago and he put it in his pocket of his jeans, sat down, and when he went to listen to it the screen was cracked.