If you’re seeking iPod Nano repair, it’s likely you want to know one of three things:
- How much it will cost you
- If you can do it yourself
- Who can do it for you
Let’s tackle the first inquiry for an iPod Nano repair: how much will it cost you.
According to the Apple.com website, there are two types of iPod Nano repair: basic and battery. For a basic repair, it can cost anywhere from $79 to $129 depending on the generation and gigabytes. The battery replacement charge is $59. These charges do not include shipping.
Apple isn’t the only service provider for the iPod Nano. iResQ also offers quality service, and for a better price. For example, you can get a battery replacement for $49 for a Gen 7 and a much lower price for other Gens. You can learn how much every repair is for each iPod Nano repair by visiting the website.
Can You Do It Yourself?
You could repair your iPod Nano yourself, but do you really want to? Wouldn’t you rather play with your kids? How about watch TV? We bet you would rather take a nap than sit with tiny tools, many screws, and a headache for hours.
Not only that, trying to fix an iPod Nano yourself could end up destroying it. All it takes is one wrong touch, and you’ll have to throw it out.
We understand that you want to save money. Everyone wants to save money, and yes, you can do many things yourself to keep from throwing money away. For example, you can clean your own car instead of taking it to AutoBell car wash. You can make your own food rather than go to a restaurant and have someone else cook for you. Out of all of the things you could do yourself to save money, repairing an iPod Nano isn’t one of them.
Save yourself your sanity and the cost of a new unit by trusting a professional.
Who Will Repair It?
iResQ will repair your iPod Nano. All you have to do is send in your unit. We’ll take care of the rest. Within just a few days, you’ll have it back to you ready to play all of your favorite songs, just as it did before it stopped working.