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My battery doesn't last on my iPod?

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#1 bella123


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Posted 07 November 2012 - 07:06 AM

My battery isn't lasting on my iPod anymore, ill charge it for hours on end and when I go to use it the battery dies within an hour. I was thinking of going to Geek Squad to get some advice on what to do but i'm not sure if its worth getting a new one?

Anyone know any tips to make the battery last?

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#2 booyaka


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Posted 31 July 2013 - 06:47 PM

usually a full cycle of battery charging is around 3 to 4 hours and charginf to 80 % in two hours

if the case like you said u charge it for hours then end up with just one hour playing it, you have something wrong


1st thing: if you do have an old ipod ( u used it like more than 300 times charging it) then it is normal you just have to go to apple store or dealer and replacing your battery around 50 $, before that think with your self is it worth a new battery replacement.


2nd thing: if ur ipod is new then contact your dealer to replace it.


good luck ;)

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