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Reburb current gen ipods already?
More Bunnies Ogling Carrots's please!
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The 30-pin adapter from 30 pin to Lightning retails for $35 in Canada ($29 in USA).
A steal! Not a deal!
I understand that Apple is not allowing third party Lightning devices.
I have stopped buying Apple products due to the control freak fashion in which after-sales are handled.
Enough is enough!
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AdaDavis wrote:I bought this one from Amazon at full price, even though I have resisted buying Apple players before. I have to say that I love it. The touch screen is nice, easy to use, and intuitive. And I mostly hate touch screens. I loaded a lot of music directly from CDs, and the nano organized them by album, artist, etc. without a hitch, unlike my older Sansa. I use the radio, but haven't used the fitness or podcast stuff yet. I don't like earbuds in general, so I bought a couple of small speakers. My only real complaint is that the nano doesn't fit the speaker dock I use with the Sansa, and I refuse to pay the ridiculous price for the Apple converter.
If you are looking for a nano7, this is the cheapest I have seen it anywhere.
It is a good thing that the Nano doesn't fit the Sansa speaker dock. The ports fit on some Apple an Sansas, but they are not electrically compatible.
You would probably fry your iPod.
Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.