Fix lifespan of an iPod

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What I really want to know is when you buy an iPod with a note that it will last for how many years? or a fix year, month or day? 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #104169

Fix lifespan of an iPod

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Hello Mario Yulia,

The lifespan of a device or an electronic device like Apple IPod is also the lifespan of the battery of the device. The IPod utilizes Sony Lithium polymer battery, it is a rechargeable battery or secondary cell batteries. Compared to lithium-ion battery which is used commonly for phones and camera it last longer or has a greater life cycle. It could last up to 500 charging cycles which means 500 times draining and fully charging the battery so it means that a device could last depending on the usage. In order to prolong the battery life you can perform certain measures like completely draining the battery and fully charging it.

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Fix lifespan of an iPod

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When you buy an iPod, there is no exact date when it will die or will stop working. With proper use and care, the device will last many years with the exception of the battery. All rechargeable batteries have a limited lifespan. Unlike with a Samsung S3 mini Smartphone that has a removable battery, the Apple iPod has a built-in or non-removable battery.

This means if the battery no longer holds sufficient charge and it needs to be charged more and more frequently, the iPod needs to be serviced. A properly maintained battery is designed to maintain up to 80 percent (80%) of its original capacity at 400 full charge cycles. If you are already an owner of an Apple iPod and you wish it to be serviced, please refer to Apple Service Answer Center – iPod.

The average lifespan of a battery is determined by its cycle count which is equivalent to charge and discharge.

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