|Dec 1, 2012, 06:00 AM||#1|
Water+iPod Nano- Frustrating situation
So last month I brought my little sister a new 7th gen iPod Nano for her birthday. A couple of days ago our mum confiscated it from her for not doing her homework or something and left it in her jeans pocket...which just went through a full wash and dry.
So yeah, I think it's safe to assume that it's pretty water damaged and/or melted inside (our dryer could probably heat the entire house when it's on a cycle).
I've stuck it in some rice and will take it out on Monday, but worst case scenario does anyone know what Apple will charge for a replacement?
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