Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Marbles Mahoney, Feb 17, 2004.

  1. I was just told that by Apple. There is NO replacement program like the one for the regular iPOD. Planned obsolesence by design. If the battery cannot be recharged anymore, you will have to buy a new iPOD MINI. It is only guaranteed for 2 years. They WILL replace it as a warranty issue, otherwise after that 2 years, start saving for a new one! This is exactally what I was just told by Apple themselves, 5 minutes ago.

    Well it was a good dream while it lasted, but Apple's famous greed has once again stopped me from buying their product.

    Scoot On... Marbles Mahoney, a former Apple fan.
  2. Dragen

    Dragen Guest

    but after 2 years, todays iPod Minis will be cheap, dirt cheap

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