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The Unauthorized Guide to iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod® Repair: A DIY Guide to Extending the Life of Your iDevices! by Timothy L. Warner

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12. iPod nano 5th and 7th Generation Disassembly and Reassembly

I definitely have a soft spot in my heart for the iPod nano. Sure, I can play music on my iPod touches or my iPhones. However, you just can’t beat the portability of the nano. I also enjoy that the nano has always been a single-purpose device.

When I’m out running with my nano in my pocket, I am not tempted to check my email or jump online because those options simply are not available to me. The nano is a simple device and is relatively easy to take apart if you are willing to accept the following statement as truth:

After you disassemble an iPod nano, there is little to no chance that you can reassemble it to the way it was before you tore it apart.

The previous remark speaks to ...

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