What generation is iPod classic A1238?

What generation is iPod classic A1238?

A1238 — iPod with video (5th Generation). This has the same model number as the iPod classic line. The 5th Generation’s serial number ends with: V9K, V9P, V9M, V9R, V9L, V9N, V9Q, V9S, WU9, WUA, WUB, WUC, or X3N. If you have the U2 Special Edition, the serial number will end with W9G.

Can the battery in an iPod Classic be replaced?

If it is out of warranty, Apple once would replace the battery in your “full size” iPod — the original iPod, iPod 2nd Gen, 3rd Gen, 4th Gen, 5th Gen/video, or classic — for a cost of US$59 plus US$6.95 shipping, but it no longer offers this service. Many sell batteries for self-installation as well.

How many generations of iPod classic are there?

six generations
There were six generations of the iPod Classic, as well as a spin-off (the iPod Photo) that was later re-integrated into the main iPod line. All generations used a 1.8-inch (46 mm) hard drive for storage.

When did the 80GB iPod classic come out?

September 5, 2007
The sixth generation iPod was renamed iPod Classic and was released on September 5, 2007. A 80GB iPod was available for $249 and a 160GB iPod for $349. The “Signature White iPod” has also been replaced with a silver iPod and the iPod now has a metal body.

How do you unlock an iPod classic if you forgot the password?

“If you forgot the combination, the only way to unlock the iPod and enter a new one is to reset it to factory settings. This means that you will lose all your data on the iPod. To restore the iPod to factory settings you have to connect the iPod to its primary computer and select “Restore” from iTunes > Summary tab. 1.

How do I restore my iPod classic without iTunes?

To reset your iPod with a click wheel, follow these steps:

  1. Slide the Hold switch to the locked position and then slide it to unlocked again.
  2. Press and hold the Menu and Center (or Select) buttons together until you see the Apple logo (about six to eight seconds). You might need to repeat this step.

Is this correct iPod Classic model number A1238?

It is corrected, thanks for being diligent. Unfortunately, all iPod Classics use the Model Number A1238. Luckily, all of the repairs on these devices are the same and can be found on the iPod Classic Repair Page. The original Classics featured an 80 GB “thin” verion, and a 160 GB “thick” version.

How much does an iPod Classic cost in Australia?

In Australia, site sponsor Macfixit sells cases, stands, chargers, docks and even parts for this iPod. Originally, the 80 GB iPod classic models were US$249 (MB029LL/A, MB147LL/A) and the 160 GB models were US$349 (MB145LL/A, MB150LL/A).

What was the first full size iPod not to come in white?

Most notably, perhaps, the iPod classic models were the first “full size” iPod models to not be offered in white.

How many pixels per inch is an iPod Classic?

*320-by-240-pixel resolution display at 163 pixels per inch. The iPod classic models are capable of displaying video on an external display at 640×480. The 80 GB model provides “up to” 30 hours of music playback and the 160 GB model “up to” 40 hours of music playback.


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