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  Reply # 581001 13-Feb-2012 19:07
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It takes ages but they do finally arrive. Call the apple line if it takes longer than 6 weeks

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  Reply # 585575 23-Feb-2012 10:19
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Woo Hoo, 

Just go my 'Your iPod has now reached the repair center' email.

That is about 6 weeks since I sent it but this is still the best thing a tech company has done for me by miles.  

I get closer to being a fanboi every day.  




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Reply # 585581 23-Feb-2012 10:24
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I registered mine on 11 Nov.

It was picked up on 23 Dec.

New Nano arrived 17 Feb!!

Gee it's tiny compared to v1... 

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  Reply # 587385 27-Feb-2012 14:10
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Just got my new, yes Sixth Gen, iPod. 

Wow, it is very small and I can't wait to get home and plug it in.

Thanks Apple. This is the best thing a tech company has done for me ... ever.  




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  Reply # 587391 27-Feb-2012 14:16
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Can't believe how long my one is taking

Got the "reached the repair center" email on the 16th Feb. Still no replacement.

Looks like it usually takes less than a week to receive the replacement after that so I'm beginning to worry

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  Reply # 595378 14-Mar-2012 22:28
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4 months and counting. This is ridiculous



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  Reply # 661456 25-Jul-2012 08:41
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Wow! I would be contacting Apple about the wait on this...

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  Reply # 661465 25-Jul-2012 09:01
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It arrived about 2 weeks later after I contacted them and got a case worker assigned to chase it up

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