One of my friends bought an iPod in its early days. She figured after some time that it could not be charged anymore. She took the thing to the store to realize that fixing the problem would charge more than the cost of the product! How? The device had to be shipped to the US, where they’d fix it and send back. The customer was supposed to bear that cost plus the cost of the replaced parts. That is annoying! So what should you do now? You either follow the advice here, or do the right thing shown in the following video.
Well… do the right thing for every Apple product you see out there, whether it belongs to you, or someone you know. 😉