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Hey ppl, I am new here!

I got a new Video 3rd Gen Ipod nano 8 GB!

And something bugs me however!

The usb connector is too close to the earphone jack!

This means that i have to take out my earphones if its plugged in :l

Does this wear and tear the earphones or the ipod after months, I mean if apple made it like that (the usb connector and the earphone socket close together) It should be able to handle it.

I am just curious so will it?

-Cya and reply quick ty
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Hey ppl, I am new here!

I got a new Video 3rd Gen Ipod nano 8 GB!

And something bugs me however!

The usb connector is too close to the earphone jack!

This means that i have to take out my earphones if its plugged in :l

Does this wear and tear the earphones or the ipod after months, I mean if apple made it like that (the usb connector and the earphone socket close together) It should be able to handle it.

I am just curious so will it?

-Cya and reply quick ty
As long as you're careful with it, it'll be fine. By the way, headset and headphones are not the same thing. A headset includes a mic.

'cause when it rains, you know it pours.
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Lol I see :p

So are you sure they wont spoil? ?
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I need more answers from the nano users :l!
Cause this makes me worry
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