It’s founder has passed (may his soul rest in peace) and the company maybe headed for a downward spiral journey as they have issued a recall for one of their famous Nano players. Apple has announced that they are recalling the first iPod Nano players, that’s if you still happens to have the first generation Nano. According to the company, some of the Nano players that were released in its first generation batch has suffer from a rare battery overheating problem that may result in the device being on fire or explode.
This is an issues that was cause by the battery supplier and affects the devices that were released on the market between September 2005 and January 2006. If you presently own an iPod Nano but you’re not sure which date it was released, then visit Apple’s web site (https://supportform.apple.com/201110/), enter the device’s serial number of your first generation Nano to see if your device has been recalled. If you happened to own one of the recalled devices, you will be issued a replacement within a six week period, and the company urges all owners to check their iPod Nano and replace it if needed as the chances of the player increases as the battery gets older.