iPod & Power

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  1. Happyman7

    Happyman7 Member

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    It's been a while since I made a thread, and I have a question that's been on my back for a while...

    (Hopefully) Everyone knows that you turn on the iPod by holding the Power/Sleep button; Well that button is not the kind of switch that cuts off the power and whats not (the kind of switch on flashlights). So for the iPod to know when your pressing the button and to power on, doesn't it have to be pulling a small trickle of power from the battery to be able to do that?
  2. shamrock

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    yes. that tiny amount of power is nothing, and if that is a problem you have, charge it. the most amount of power your iPod will use if its low, is to display the lower power thing. im also pretty sure that that button press does not come from the battery, probably a separate button battery.
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    No, it isn't a problem, I'm just curious

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