iPods, Freezers, And Sweaters

Today I had a frightening experience. I thought I broke my ipods, I own two, a 60gb black video ipod and a 1gb black nano.

If you were thinking about putting your ipod into a freezer, think again…
I did not put my ipod into a freezer but I might as well have, I left both of them in a car over night when it was about 10 degrees outside. It turns out that you are not suppose to let your ipod get that cold.

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Baby It’s cold outside…
If it is cold, keep your ipod bundled up while in use. ipod batteries work best between 32F and 95F.  For storage the range extends from -4F to 113F (so if you were thinking about leaving your ipod in a room that is 115 degrees, that might be a bad idea)

Don’t forget about your poor sweet ipod in the cold (or hot) weather. Apple suggests to “keep ipod comfy”

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