Can an old iPod be fixed?
We might be able to fix your iPod for an out-of-warranty fee. If we can’t fix it, you might have to replace it. Your replacement iPod will be new or equivalent to new in both performance and reliability. Contact your service representative for details.
How can I fix my iPod?
Restore your iPod.
- Connect your iPod to your computer and open iTunes.
- If your iPod does not show up in iTunes when you plug it in to your computer, you will need to put it into Recovery Mode first.
- Backup your iPod.
- Click the “Restore iPod” button to begin the Restore process.
- Reload your old backup.
What should I do with my old iPod?
6 Ways to Reuse Your Old iPod Right Now
- Car MP3 Player. If the music you still love and listen to is still loaded on your old device, then keep it in the car!
- Expendable Music Device.
- Kids Toy.
- Backup Phone.
- Security Camera/Baby Monitor.
Does Apple still support ipods?
Are ipods obsolete? Answer: A: Answer: A: Apple still makes and sells the 6th generation iPod Touch, so its not entirely abandoned and is also much cheaper than an iPhone.
How do I check battery on iPod classic?
When iPod classic isn’t connected to a power source, a battery icon in the top-right corner of the iPod classic screen shows approximately how much charge is left. When iPod classic is connected to a power source, the battery icon changes to show that the battery is charging or fully charged.
Can you fix an iPod screen?
Screen repair If your iPod screen is broken, we might be able to service it for an out-of-warranty fee. Accidental damage isn’t covered by Apple Warranty. If you don’t have AppleCare+, we might be able to repair your broken screen for an out-of-warranty fee.
What is the button on the back of an iPod 5 for?
Along with an iSight camera and an LED flash, the fifth generation iPod Touch has a new feature called the “iPod touch loop.” There is a button on the bottom left side on the back of the iPod Touch. You press down on the button and you can be able to put a loop around the button.
Can you take the back off an iPod touch?
Gently lift the rear panel using your fingers. The front and back of the iPod should now be completely separated. The gold antenna (third picture) can easily fall out from its housing. Make sure that the antenna is securely in place before closing the iPod.