Japanese Ministry

The Trade Ministry of Japan said on Thursday August 12, 2010 Apple in Japan unit has satisfied their demands for improvement in security for its portable music players overheated iPod nano. The Ministry confirmed in a statement that the American company, which had been criticized for failing to when presenting the warnings in time, has fulfilled the order of July publish recommendations on safety on its website of Japan in a visible place and improve the disclosure of incidents that have to do with the device. Apple has also complied with a request to send security information by email to customers of iPod nano, who had been registered with the company, according to the Ministry. Apple said Tuesday August 17, 2010 which would replace any iPod nano first generation that is recalentase. Initially, the company had offered only the possibility of replacing defective batteries in players of music that were sold between September 2005 and December 2006.

There have been about 60 cases of overheating, including four cases of minor burns, as he confirmed the Japanese Ministry. Apple has described the incidents as strangers, blaming the problem to a provider of batteries who declined to identify. By Leonel Morales. Obtained daily from the international press articles. (No longer available in the network blog). Visit to start in the business of internet with or without website, entrepreneur or webmaster.