Type: Lithium-Ion. Voltage: 3.7 V. Capacity: 450 mAh.
Height: 46 mm. Width: 19 mm. Depth: 5.5 mm.
Price: £10.50. Postage and packing included.
Construction: 1 x 450mAh Li-Ion cell, ribbon cable. Plastic case opening tool included.
Replaces: EC008, EC008-1, EC008-2, 616-0223, 616-0230, 616-0229, 616-0227.
Fits: 30GB iPod Video / 5th generation iPod devices and 80GB iPod Classic / 6th generation iPod devices.
A1036 (30 GB)
A1136 (30 GB)
MA002 (30 GB White)
MA146 (30 GB Black)
MA444 (30 GB White)
MA446 (30 GB Black)
MA253 (Harry Potter)
MB029C/A (80 GB)
MB029J/A (80 GB)
MB029LL/A (80 GB)
MB029TA/A (80 GB)
MB029ZP/A (80 GB)
MB147C/A (80 GB)
MB147J/A (80 GB)
MB147LL/A (80 GB)
MB147TA/A (80 GB)
MB147ZP/A (80 GB)
This iPod Lithium-Ion battery fits the 30GB iPod Video / 5th generation iPod device and is a DIRECT replacement for the 30GB iPod Video Apple battery. (The 60GB or 80GB version of the iPod Video requires a different battery. Look here for it........)
This iPod Lithium-Ion battery also fits the 80GB iPod Classic / 6th generation iPod device and is a DIRECT replacement for the 80GB iPod Classic Apple battery. (The 120GB or 160GB version of the iPod Classic requires a different battery. Look here for it........)
This iPod 30 GB 5th Generation battery and iPod 80 GB 6th generation battery uses the latest Lithium-Ion technology to give an outstanding 550mAh power capacity - a significant 37% improvement on the 400mAh capacity of the original Apple battery.
This iPod 30 Gbyte Video 5th Generation battery and iPod 80 Gbyte Classic 6th Generation battery is for use with players such as the:
iPod Video 5th Generation 30GB
iPod Video 30GB
iPod 5th Generation 30GB
iPod Classic 6th generation 80GB
iPod Classic 80GB
iPod 6th generation 80GB
For other iPod batteries see here.
This iPod 30 GB 5th Generation battery and iPod 80 GB 6th Generation battery comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty.
The iPod is a media player first produced by Apple in October 2001 and designed by Jonathan Ive. iPods are instantly recognisable by their small size and minimalist appearance. At the time of the iPod's release , other MP3 players were relatively large, as their hard drives were usually 2.5" as opposed to iPod's 1.8". The iPod is so popular that by April 2008, it had sold 151,000,000 units.
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