Ipod White Screen Death Solution

iPhone/iPod Touch White Screen Solution

Apple iPod touch 32GB White MD058LLA (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • In Disk Mode the iPod will not operate correctly. You will need to reset it one more time to bring it back to usable mode. Once you have reset your iPod the white screen should be gone, if it’s not don’t worry there are still a few other things you can try.

    The hard reset is the easiest way to eliminate iPod white screen issues. Simply hold down the Power and Home buttons for about 30 second and your iPod will reboot. This usually takes care of the issue (and is also the first thing most people try). I can assume you have probably already tried this so you instead of the traditional hard reset you can try a different version.

  • If none of these solutions fix iPod white screen issues on your iPod you can try talking to one of the “Geniuses" at the Apple store. I have found that they are very helpful but often can’t pinpoint the problem with your iPod over the phone. They will give you several of the above options and then have you fill out a form at their site where after entering the hardware code for your iPod the warranty and repair options will be displayed. Most of the time that the white screen of death can’t be fixed it is due to a fried ribbon connection due to water damage. This can be repaired by Apple (but it is pricey and isn’t covered by warranty) but there are several places online to have the repair done for a much more reasonable price.

    The white screen on the Apple iPod is one of the most annoying, but thankfully fixable problems that can happen. It’s fixable, how? Well that really depends on why your iPod went white. To fix iPod white screens you can try any of the following options:

  • There were six generations of the iPod classic, as well as a spin-off (the iPod Photo) that was later re-integrated into the main iPod line. All generations used a 1.8-inch (46 mm) for storage. The "classic" suffix was formally introduced with the rollout of the sixth-generation iPod on September 5, 2007. Prior to this, all iPod Classic models were simply referred to as iPods. It was available in silver or black replacing the "signature iPod white".

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During a special iPod-centric event on September 5, 2007, introduced the sixth generation iPod and the "classic". Featuring slightly thinner bodies, the sixth generation iPod also had dramatically improved battery life, claiming up to 36 hours of music playback and 6 hours of video playback. The iPod Classic has a 2.5" backlit display at a resolution of 320x240. The front plate of the iPod is now made of instead of plastic, and "Signature iPod White" has been replaced by silver. This marks the first time white is not available as a color option for an iPod. The sixth generation iPod also introduced a completely overhauled user interface, incorporating more graphics and . The iPod Classic was offered in an 80 GB model for MSRP US$249 and a 160 GB model for MSRP US$349.