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Discussion in 'iPod' started by iDAG, Aug 15, 2009.
I don't know if it just came out today or not but this is the first time I've seen it.
These threads used to get a lot more attention.
Zero replies to mine in three days.
Maybe it's because these days it's all about the iPhone! I still love my iPod nano for running and taking to school because of it's size.
What do you want...applause?
I mean, it is a very minor update to do with daylight savings time, and a few minor bug fixes. Not something that really requires "responses", is it? Especially if it doesn't cause any noticeable differences or problems. Not everything requires discussion. Download, install it, and move on with your life. Kind of funny you would even post the original statement, as anyone who connects their iPod to iTunes would be notified of the update. Are you one of those people who have to be the first person to post something new? And now you're disappointed because...no one noticed or cares?
Come on over here, I'll give you a pat on the back for the post, and a hug since no one replied. Better luck next time. When the new OS X is released, post something about how you received it in the mail a week early, and I'm sure you'll get a lot of replies.
Not sure this was necessary
People have always alerted others to software updates on here and usually people reply or comment on the update.
Your response was completely unwarranted.
One major change
I don't know about you, but I have noticed a major change with version 1.0.4. My battery lasts significantly longer. My Nano is 3 months old now and I haven't been using it extensively; still, a couple days testing with version 1.0.3 revealed battery dropped to about 30 % after 2 hours of video watching at ~ 40% brightness level. With 1.0.4, after 2 and a half hours of "Two and a half men" battery shows ~ 60% remaining. I don't know what they've done, I'll be testing some more to re-confirm.