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iPod Nano 1st Generation replacement with the latest 7th Generation!

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Apple were previously replacing iPod Nano 1st Generation devices with 6th Generation due to the product recall, but it seems that now they are sending out 7th Gen devices (as per many various forum po… Read More
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2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago
Apple were previously replacing iPod Nano 1st Generation devices with 6th Generation due to the product recall, but it seems that now they are sending out 7th Gen devices (as per many various forum posters).

If you have one, it might be time to trade it in if you'd been holding onto it.

It should be replaced with the 16GB Nano 7th Gen worth £129 at retail price - although this isn't guaranteed, it is what most are getting.

Send these highly dangerous iPods in and do yourself a favour ;)
It seems to be luck of the draw, if you don't get a 7th Gen, then it will definitely be a 6th Gen.

Direct link to page will be posted in the comments.

YOU MAY NOT RECEIVE A 7TH GEN, MANY HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED 6TH GENERATION NANO'S - YOU WILL RECEIVE A SUITABLE 'REPLACEMENT'.
- tomwatts

real link for getting a replacement:
http://www.apple.com/uk/support/ipodnano_replacement/

GOOD NEWS! If you do get a 7th Gen, you will also get a free 30pin to lightning adaptor worth £25!!
-bb14curtis
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juliect
Hi I'm on the PFA at my children's school, and we are trying to raise funds to replace the books in our school library, if anybody doesn't really use their iPod anymore and would fancy donating the replacement to my school as a raffle prize I cant tell you how grateful we'd be.
A very cheeky ask I know. Xx

Member for 5 months, from birmingham o.O

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#2
Ahh how annoying i have the 2nd gen i think, & its the same with the iphone 5 sleep button, my iphone 4 one done the same which it cant be fixed so they are both sitting in boxes lol
banned#3
Is there anything stopping me from buying a 1st Gen on ebay and sending it in?
#4
zckym
Is there anything stopping me from buying a 1st Gen on ebay and sending it in?
no i did the same with cex
#5
Thank you - knew NOTHING about this, but had an old Nano in a drawer, not been used for years. Request already submitted. Don't really mind what generation the replacement is - gotta be better than a 2gb 1st gen
#6
Did this last year with a 4GB one that didn't even work and received an 8GB back.
2 Likes #7
This explains why they're going for £50+ on eBay!!! XD
1 Like #8
Brilliant thanks very much op knew nothing about it my daughter is using my old 1st gen ipod ( but not anymore !! ) in her bedroom on a docking station so just waiting for my box to send back! Well happy !!
#9
Did this about 3 weeks ago, 1st gen thats been lying in a drawer for ages. Apple send out a packet to send it back in then about a week later got the 7th gen 16gb. Its not in retail packaging but was brand new.
#10
Didn't know about this thanks...time for an update!
banned#11
Just read the T&C and only some are eligible for this (sold at a certain period) so not worth the risk to buy a 1st Gen
#12
how do you check which version you have?
1 Like #13
zckym
Just read the T&C and only some are eligible for this (sold at a certain period) so not worth the risk to buy a 1st Gen

It's all generation one, I've been in on this for a long time, buying up gen 1 from cash converters etc for £10 and sending them in, I've had about 12 so far lol easy £50 profit on eBay.
banned#14
Dryosh
zckym
Just read the T&C and only some are eligible for this (sold at a certain period) so not worth the risk to buy a 1st Gen

It's all generation one, I've been in on this for a long time, buying up gen 1 from cash converters etc for £10 and sending them in, I've had about 12 so far lol easy £50 profit on eBay.

Nice, just bought one off eBay for £35. Could see the serial from the photos so checked it first. Be careful because the first one I checked came up with a message like "This product has already been registered blablabla please contact us"
3 Likes #15
As much as I hate Apple I have to admit their support/aftercare is second to none
#16
Aww shucks, I've kept my iPod Nano ("MINT condition!!") more as a collectors piece as I love the design. Not sure I want to trade mine in!

Edited By: SpikedJuice on May 15, 2014 09:07
#17
You might not get a 7th Gen iPod in return. I have been getting 6th Gen Nanos back over the last few weeks. Nothing from Apple specifies what generation you'll get as a replacement.
2 Likes #18
antonywhite37
As much as I hate Apple I have to admit their support/aftercare is second to none

Yeah, best products on the market, THE inspiration for the entire remainder of the IT world to copy for over three decades, superb aftercare - what's not to hate?
banned#19
I used to have this iPod!! Really couldn't live without apple products nowadays.
2 Likes #20
jwsjws
I used to have this iPod!! Really couldn't live without apple products nowadays.
:( I'd happily live without iTunes
2 Likes #21
apple products are overpriced garbage and mega awful containment
#22
I sent my old Nano off about 2 years ago and recieved a new 6th Generation. Have always been tempted to try and find more 1st gens on eBay/Cex - but looks like everyone else has the same idea!!
#23
does it work for non-working ones?
#24
showlaugh
does it work for non-working ones?
Yes.
#25
zckym
Is there anything stopping me from buying a 1st Gen on ebay and sending it in?

Good luck buying one for less than £50 though...
#26
SpikedJuice
Aww shucks, I've kept my iPod Nano ("MINT condition!!") more as a collectors piece as I love the design. Not sure I want to trade mine in!

DON'T!!! If its mint condition, wait for all the scalpers to sell theirs, then sell as a 1st gen Mint for much more than you'd get for a 7th gen :)
#27
I replaced mine last month. I also received the 7th gen which even included the Lightning to 30-pin adapter. The whole process took a week.
#28
Any idea if Apple will replace a wired UK Keyboard that is several years old? The space bar only works 50% of the time when you hit it dead centre. Don't have the receipt or box. Whats my chances if I take it into an Apple Store? I remember it was about £40 bought from Dixons at the Airport some years back.
#29
deeinlondon
Any idea if Apple will replace a wired UK Keyboard that is several years old? The space bar only works 50% of the time when you hit it dead centre. Don't have the receipt or box. Whats my chances if I take it into an Apple Store? I remember it was about £40 bought from Dixons at the Airport some years back.

Doubt it very much - that's wear and tear for you

Edited By: tomwatts on May 15, 2014 11:32
#30
Bought Hubby one of these years ago, it has a personalised message engraved on the back so he doesn't want to part with it. Keep trying to find out if they will accept an exchange without the back but getting nowhere. Any thoughts, please? Thanks
#31
CEX have obvipusly cottened on. £55 now
1 Like #32
Woo hoo just purchased a non working one from CEX for £4 :)
#33
Worth a try! Thanks OP!
#34
simoneroebuck
Woo hoo just purchased a non working one from CEX for £4 :)
Ooh that's sneaky....good idea though!
#35
fonzie2107
CEX have obvipusly cottened on. £55 now
Non working ones are only £4!
#36
Spookirules
fonzie2107
CEX have obvipusly cottened on. £55 now
Non working ones are only £4!

No stock though
#37
Woo hoo just purchased a non working one from CEX for £4 :)
jleckey
Spookirules
fonzie2107
CEX have obvipusly cottened on. £55 now
Non working ones are only £4!

No stock though

Check in store, that's what i did
#38
Hi I'm on the PFA at my children's school, and we are trying to raise funds to replace the books in our school library, if anybody doesn't really use their iPod anymore and would fancy donating the replacement to my school as a raffle prize I cant tell you how grateful we'd be.
A very cheeky ask I know. Xx
#39
deeinlondon
Any idea if Apple will replace a wired UK Keyboard that is several years old? The space bar only works 50% of the time when you hit it dead centre. Don't have the receipt or box. Whats my chances if I take it into an Apple Store? I remember it was about £40 bought from Dixons at the Airport some years back.
I've got a couple of Granny Smith's in the fridge, going a bit soft, I was thinking the same!oO
#40
When they replaced my ipad they took less than 24hours from request in the Solutions store to them phoning me to say it's in. They're usually quite fast so let's see what happens.......

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