Bummer, my iPod mini is on it's way back to Apple in hopes of repair/replacement. It developed the acknowledged issue of static-y sounding audio that cuts in and out, apparently related to a part of the earbud/headphone jack. So, just wondering if anyone else here with an iPod mini has experienced this and had the problem resolved satisfactorily?<br><br>
I was at the Apple Store a few months ago because of a problem with my PB. While I was there a woman came in with an iPod problem and they gave her a brand new one. Maybe if you bring yours in you'll be as lucky.<br><br>
It's a matter of finding the time required make the trek to an Apple store that is problematic, plus the iPod is engraved, so if I want that preserved my only option is returning it directly to Apple. Even then I'm guessing it may or may not come back re-engraved. <br><br>With a little more digging on the 'net, it seems the design flaw that led to this was corrected, units that were produced later don't seem to have this problem at all. <br><br>/kvetching<br><br>
Time is always the problem. I'm supposed to get my driver's license renewed sometime in the next two months. I don't have a clue when I'll be able to get to the stupid place, though.<br><br>Hope you find the time! It's terrible to be without your iPod <br><br>
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