iPod Touch lifespan...

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by Rawd, Dec 17, 2007.

  1. Rawd

    Rawd New Member

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    Is anybody else worried about the lifespan of their ipod after jailbreaking? I, for one, have not really turned it off since I bought it. I have probably pressed the home button 100,000 times, and I am curious about the lifespan of the monitor, and the battery. I have a little scratch on the screen, and the back is pretty bad. Everything still works great, but I am already thinking about my next one.....
  2. makaveldon04i

    makaveldon04i New Member

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    dont worry...the thing will last you a while...by the time it runs out,apple will have a new ipod lol,my last ipod lasted me almost a year before i broke it...
  3. markymarkdotcom

    markymarkdotcom New Member

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    almost a year?

    wow.. thats a long time
  4. makaveldon04i

    makaveldon04i New Member

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    not really,lol,the battery was sh*t,it lasted me for about an hour before running out,i used my ipod for everywhere i went =(
  5. KrayZieAsSPiNoy

    KrayZieAsSPiNoy New Member

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    Doode,
    There's one thing to say.
    Just like EVERY OTHER Apple product they make.
    well...only limited to iPods.
    their lifespan is not really that long.
    ..unless if you cover it on a 100-pound safe to make it "scratchfree" and all
    [figurativelyy]

    soo, lets just say.. our iPod touch will not be alive as long as 2 years.
    or 1.
    plus, technophilles will just put that touch aside next year when Apple releases a new iPod :]
  6. pipdipchip

    pipdipchip New Member

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    With no moving parts... probably a while.
  7. Vissionary

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    what he said^

    the only thing I would really worry about is the battery but even that can be replaced.
  8. Phreaky_McGeek

    Phreaky_McGeek New Member

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    Wait, what?
    I've had a 2G iPod that's still working and a first gen nano. I use them all the time and they were purchased around release time.
  9. shotgunfool

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    I've still got a working 2nd gen nano the back is scratched to $@"! But still works fine and no decrease on battery
  10. mattastic

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    A part of it too is how much brutal you are to it physically. Like throwing it around or dropping it or what not.

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