I have a 128GB Blue Sixth Generation iPod touch. Naturally, I love it. However, I've experience the following issues with it that seem odd. I recently noticed them on a buddy's Sixth Generation iPod touch as well. Namely, sometimes after the battery has drained completely, and I've hooked it up to the charger, it doesn't power on. Of course, I don't realize this until many hours have passed. I go to hit the home button, and nothing. I go to turn it on normally, thinking it is still off, and nothing. I go to reboot it (home and sleep/wake) and nothing. I try rebooting it a bunch, usually on my way to putting it into recovery mode and before I get to that point, it finally turns on and shows me that battery icon that indicates that the battery is charging, but still too low to fully boot iOS. Again, this is after it has been sitting in the charger for many hours. Recently, I had a sudden shut down. Literally, I'm on my iPod touch, checking Facebook Messenger. I put it down to use my computer and then check something on my phone, and I go back to the iPod touch and it's off. I am able to turn it on normally, though it is perturbing that it shut off without my telling it to. Its battery level at that point was near full. Both of these kinds of quirks happen intermittently, but at this point it has been enough times for me to think that something is up. The Apple Store and AppleCare both run MRI on it and see no red flags. Tonight, I'm going to do a DFU restore on it and see if these issues go away. I will probably do another one when iOS 10 goes live. In the meantime, has anyone else experienced on the 6th Generation iPod touch what I have here?