Yup. The store I got it from has a 30 day return policy. Had it for about 2 weeks now.MondoLondo said:they'll let you return it for a different device even if it has already been opened? because if that's true i'd return my nano in a heartbeat.
i dont think so, its 14 days and a 20% restocking if its opened. I'm not sure about exchanging but thats the return policy I was told about when I asked.MondoLondo said:they'll let you return it for a different device even if it has already been opened? because if that's true i'd return my nano in a heartbeat.
So why did you buy the nano in the first place when 4g iPod's offer more storage space and better value for money?JRoDDz said:VIDEO iPOD here I come!! Nano, was nice knowing ya..
Even if you don't use the video function of the new iPod. 26 gigs for $50.00. The choice is clear.
Nano is going back to the store.
Exactly. I've never purchased an iPod but will be getting one soon. I was waiting to see what the video iPod would offer, but am unimpressed w/ the screen size. Therefore, I'm going w/ the iPod Nano or a Mini to have something smaller for day to day use, working out, etc. When Apple comes out w/ a legitimate sized screen for video on an iPod.... hopefully in about a year, I'll buy that.finiteyoda said:ahem. its not just $50 more for 26 more gigs (b/c if there was a 30 gig nano for $50 more, i'd be all over it).
it's $50 more for 26 more gigs and video, with double the size and over three times the weight.
And everyone said the mini would never sell. It was the best selling iPod up to it's retirement.yodagreg said:i'm sure the video ipod will affect nano sales. definite.