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Hi.
Is it possible to use any rechargable batteries with iPod ? or Apple recharable batteries are required ?
(I'm talking about iPod 30GB).
What is the default age for iPod battery ? 2 years ? 5 years ?
(I'm planning to use iPod only for MP3 files, no video at all)
[ May 27, 2007: Message edited by: John Todd ]
 
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Don't forget to factor in when you'll upgrade. ...and let's face it - you will.
 
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Are you talking external battery packs (in which case they are all non-Apple as far as I know), or are you talking about the batteries which are inside the iPod sealed unit? If the latter, then the iPod is a sealed unit, so you probably aren't going to replace them very often (my battery has lasted 1.5 years so far and still going strong), but when you do get around to replacing them then you can choose third party merchants if you don't want to purchase from Apple.

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