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Apple admits iPod Nano problem in 0.1% units

Apple has admitted there are problems with its new iPod Nano portable music player, but the number of units affected by the flaws are minimal - this issue has affected less than one tenth of one percent of the total iPod Nano units.

Problems with the smaller version of the iPod, unveiled earlier this month, include cracked screens and easily-scratched surfaces. iPod Nano owners who found their screens were cracked would get their music player replaced free of charge.

The iPod Nano, which is thinner than a pencil, sells for about £179 ($317.79) and holds up to 1,000 songs or 25,000 photographs. [via]