So my sister's iPod stopped working a few months ago. We had the 1 year warranty still in effect so we decided to get Apple to fix it because, this was the most logical solution. Since this was 6 months after she bought it, she had to pay $40 for some cost... shipping and handling or something. Anyways, a few weeks later I just get an e-mail (today) that says it is being shipped back unrepaired because Apple couldn't find anything wrong with it. It would not turn on, nothing would happen. No display, no hard drive, no sound, no nothing. Plugging it into a computer did nothing. The thing was dead. How can Apple send it back saying it doesn't need repairs? Do they not have any iPod minis left to replace hers or what? Give her a nano, geez. It better come back working or else I will be pissed.