Is iPod 4th generation still supported? Please note that all iPod touch 4th Generation and iPod touch 5th Generation models have been discontinued. However, this Q&A has been updated with current iOS support details for
Is iPod 4th generation still supported?
Please note that all iPod touch 4th Generation and iPod touch 5th Generation models have been discontinued. However, this Q&A has been updated with current iOS support details for both lines and it can be quite helpful for anyone buying or selling one of these models on the used market.
How can I fix my iPod?
Do a hard reset of your iPod by holding down the Power and home buttons for 10 seconds simultaneously. The Apple logo should appear within 10 seconds, if it doesn’t you may need a new battery. Connect your iPod Touch to it’s charger and either charge on your computer or via a wall outlet.
Can you replace an iPod touch battery?
Battery service If your battery has a manufacturing defect and it’s covered by our warranty, AppleCare+, or consumer law, we’ll replace it at no additional cost. If you’re covered by AppleCare+ for your iPod touch and your battery can hold less than 80 percent of its original capacity, we’ll service it at no charge.
Can you change the battery in a iPod?
If it is out of warranty, Apple will replace the battery in your iPod touch for a cost of US$79 plus US$6.95 shipping. Regardless of generation, the battery in each iPod touch is both glued and soldered to the logicboard and all are extremely challenging to replace. Professional installation is recommended.
What can I do with an old iPod touch 4th generation?
8 Clever Ways to Reuse Your Old iPhone or iPod Touch
- Donate your iPhone.
- Make it a dedicated car music repository.
- iPhones are amazing hand-me-downs.
- Set up a video surveillance system.
- Repurpose it as a fancy baby monitor.
- Channel surf with it.
- Make it a high-tech digital cookbook.
- Save it for a really bad day.
How old is the iPod 4?
iPod Touch (4th generation)
|A black iPod touch (4th generation)|
|Release date||September 12, 2010 (8, 32, and 64 GB) October 12, 2011 (White model) October 11, 2012 (16 GB)|
How to take an iPod nano 4th generation apart?
This guide shows how to take apart and disassemble the iPod Nano 4th Generation mp3 player quickly and safely. This take apart repair guide is designed by the Repairs Universe team to help you to install replacement parts and repair your damaged iPod Nano. This guide will help you to install the following iPod Nano 4th Generation parts:
Is there a manual for disassembling an iPod?
This series of videos shows you how to disassemble and perform iPod repair on the various models. This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart guide for the 4th generation iPod Touch with model number A1367. This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart manual for the 3rd Gen iPod Touch with model number A1318.
How big is the screen on the iPod Touch 4?
The display assembly of the Touch measures 2.93 mm thick. That is slightly thinner than the 3.05 mm iPhone 4 display, and 30% thicker than the 2.27 mm display on the new iPod Nano. The retina display on the 4th generation Touch is rumored to be lacking IPS, differing from the display installed in the iPhone 4.
Is the front of the iPod Touch still attached?
The display assembly is still attached to the iPod, and disconnecting it doesn’t look like it’s going to be easy. Like the iPhone 4, it appears that the front glass and LCD panel are permanently fused together. The good news is that this will prevent dust from getting beneath the glass, but unfortunately it will make repair more expensive.