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    The mac 13
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    mini charging.
    i was wondering if this is safe.

    i usually slp ard 10-12am(schooling). i plug in my mini at ard lets say 11.30. by 3.30 shd have finished full charge. i leave it on until i wake up an go to school at ard 7am. is that safe? safe as in keeping the charger plugged in the ipod for a few hours after full charge? will the batt life be destroyed or something?

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    Badger
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    No problem. There is a sensor mechanism built in that shuts down the charging when the battery is fully charged. In fact, since the iPods use a tiny amount of power even when off, so leaving it plugged in assures that it is fully charged when you use it.

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    MusicISmyLIFE
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    No problem. There is a sensor mechanism built in that shuts down the charging when the battery is fully charged. In fact, since the iPods use a tiny amount of power even when off, so leaving it plugged in assures that it is fully charged when you use it.
    That's not true, I left mine in the charger over the weekend and when I took it out for school a small section of the battery was gone.

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