Apple’s first-generation iPod nano may have defective batteries. They may overheat, resulting in a safety risk for consumers. Only certain products are affected by the product recall. The defective products were sold from September 2005 to December 2006. “While the possibility of an incident is rare, the likelihood increases as the battery ages,” said Apple. Apple launched a website to help customers identify the device undergoing a recall. Apple is also requesting that customers stop using the device immediately and trade it in for a free replacement, according to Consumer Reports.
As a car accident lawyer, I hope that nobody is adversely affected by this product. If you or a loved one were harmed by an unsafe product, discuss your case with a Hanover personal injury lawyer who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, and answer any important legal questions you may have regarding your case. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through your case by guiding you through the legal processes associated with your case in order to reach the best possible outcome for your claim.Tweet