How To Dismantle An IPod Nano?


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The body of an iPod Nano is made either of plastic or of hardened aluminium or (partly) of steel. The front of the body of the iPod Nano is the click wheel and the screen of the iPod. The click wheel is defined as that part of the iPod where the main controls of the iPod are located.

The rear of the body of the iPod Nano, on the other hand, is made of either steel or aluminium. It is where the battery and the hard drive of the iPod Nano is located. These two parts, namely the front and the back can be separated by sliding it open with a sharp object such as a nail file. People generally dismantle their iPod Nanos to upgrade it by putting in a new (larger) memory chip.

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