|Oct 30, 2010, 10:58 AM||#1|
6th generation iPod nano Clip may harm the display?
My battery in my 6th generation iPod Nano just drained and a *please charge* message appeared with black background.
While playing with it - I noticed that when I open the clip (with requires some force to be applied) - even though I touch the black bezel - I can see a slight "waves" of discoloration on the display.
This is very slight but I'm afraid it may potentially harm my display.
Am I the only one experiencing this problem?
|Oct 30, 2010, 09:07 PM||#3|
Huh... Never thought about that. I just experimented, and no matter what I did, no screen discoloration.
I am not exactly sure how you would go about depressing the clip without touching the screen. I suppose if you called anything ugly, it would get depressed... But I would never do that to my nano... Lol
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