Well I bought my first ipod 4g 64GB about two years ago and had enjoyed it for a very long time. Well iOS 6 came around and chose to upgrade...what a mistake. At first the App Store crashed constantly on my apps were slow and laggy. Apple had me do a bunch of diagnostics such as restoring the device; hard resetting; and many other tasks finally deciding that my almost 2 year old iPod had hardware issues and when I sent it in; they diagnosed it as having hardware issues. I had NO problems with this iPod prior to iOS 6. Well I received a new iPod and it seemed to work fined till just a little bit after the 90 day warranty and apps started running laggy, slow, and crashing. I restored it and it would not sync properly so I restored after that then the iPod would never sync with iTunes again. I reinstalled iTunes and did a bunch of diagnostic stuff over the phone and guess what...yet another iPod suffers hardware failure and I am having to send it in. Fortunately Apple supervisors have waived the repair cost in both instances but as a lesson learned; whatever you do; do NOT upgrade to iOS 6 on a iPod touch 4g. This update is an iPod killer and has really shifted my view of Apple as a premium product creator to some company that spends the lowest dollar amounts to make their products in China and not only that; they do not test the firmware before they release it! Over the phone I was told a lie which was "Our users have intensively tested iOS 6 before it was released". I clearly spotted the lie and said "Actually your point is invalid because I know that you limit testing to developers ONLY. Not only this; I was referred once to a tech support supervisor named Mark who laughed at me when I told him I expected my iPod to be fixed and he hang up on me and also said to me when I asked for customer relations "You are going have to call back and ask". This guy is a liar and should be fired! Even though Apple has offered free repairs on my devices; I am really doubting about buying a Apple product due to their piss poor product testing and some of their employees really do not deserve to be there. This is my story of me and Apple. Thanks for reading.