The Life And Times Of The Ipod Battery
When you purchase an iPOD, what do you think about? Are you imagining what songs you’ll put on it? Do you think about all the accessories and kits that you’ll get for your iPOD? Can you picture in your mind all the places you’ll take your iPOD? Of course you’re thinking about all those things. Are you also thinking about the lithium iPOD battery that powers your device, and how it works? Probably not. The iPOD is a remarkable device that has changed how people transfer and enjoy music and information, but little is paid attention to what makes an iPOD work. We know how it works, and what it can do, but what enables it to do all those cool things? The answer is a small but powerful lithium iPOD Nano battery. Lithium iPOD batteries are more powerful than standard nickel-cadmium batteries. Because of this, lithium batteries last longer and don’t require to be charged as regular batteries. This allows you to max-out the times you need to change your iPOD battery. Now, with any form of battery – lithium-ion or otherwise – you will eventually need to purchase an iPOD or to simply replace the iPOD battery itself. After all, it won’t last forever, but it’s sure close! A lithium-ion iPOD Nano battery works better for two reasons:
1. Lithium is lighter than nickel
2. Lithium batteries have smart “fast-charge” technology Let’s focus on point number one. Because lithium-ion is lighter than crystal, which means that your iPOD doesn’t have to work as hard to charge a light material vs. a heavy material. So, your iPOD battery uses less power to fully charge up. That’s good for you, because having lithium iPOD batteries gets your device charged up faster. It also saves you the expense of having to frequently purchase iPOD Nanos. On the second point, iPOD batteries are smart charging. Now, you can’t use your iPOD Nano battery to help study for a test! Rather, they’re smart because they can tell the charger when they’re almost full. When your iPOD is charging, it charges up to 80% capacity in no time flat. Then, the iPOD battery tells the charger to slow down, so the charging process goes from warp speed to snail’s pace. This ensures that the battery doesn’t overcharge, and makes certain that you’re spending your time with your music, and not spending your cash on iPOD batteries. With any battery, every time you charge it, it loses a bit of its performance and power. Over time, that battery will die, and after you give it a proper funeral, you’ll have to change it. The same is true with your iPOD. Eventually, you will have to replace the iPOD battery. You can either change the iPOD battery itself or purchase a new iPOD Nano . But, because your iPOD battery is a lithium-ion beast, you won’t need to worry about that for a while!
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