Apple announced the replacement of first generation iPod Nano after a battery problem recently discovered. The affected devices were sold between September 2005 and December 2006. That the 1G iPod owners do not rejoice too soon, Apple will not send a new generation iPod Nano with touch screen. Some users have already received their replacement devices. The package contained not a latest generation iPod Nano with touchscreen, but exactly the same iPod Nano 1G, Apple up to equip them with the same capacity as that of the iPod defective. Of course, these “new” iPod certainly come a circuit reconditioning, but at least they are more prone to defects battery. Also, all come with a 90 day warranty. If you have a 1G iPod Nano, Apple recommends stop using it and follow the procedures available at this address. it is then necessary to bring the serial number on the back of the player to verify eligibility. Once the procedure is completed, Apple will send a replacement iPod in six weeks.