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|28th September 2005, 16:34||#1|
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Apple acknowledges problem with Nano
Apple Computer has acknowledged customer complaints about flaws in its iPod nano digital music player, saying one problem is a "real but minor issue."
Early iPod Nano customers have filled several Internet sites with complaints about broken and scratch-prone LCD screens.
Macworld magazine late Tuesday quoted Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, as saying the broken screens were due to a "vendor quality issue" that affected "less than one-tenth of 1 percent of the total iPod Nano units that we've shipped."
Schiller said customers who had broken screens could receive replacements.
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