Trade Ministry

The Trade Ministry of Japan has ordered the Japanese unit of Apple that says on its website that it would provide a new battery to those users whose Portable iPod nano music players catch fire. The Ministry ordered Apple publish a statement by easy to understand Internet explaining that the device users responsible for four cases of minor burns in Japan can receive battery replacement and counseling, said a Ministry spokesman on Friday August 06, 2010. The unit in Japan of Apple, the company the world’s largest market value, was put under scrutiny last week, when he had to explain 27 incidents of overheating in some of their models of the first generation of players iPod nano. Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Apple said last week that was studying the problem with the sole provider of individual batteries. The company said Friday that safety is the highest priority. We have worked closely with METI to make sure that customers with the first generation of iPod nano, who are concerned with their batteries, have the most recent information, said an Apple spokesman called Tom Neumayr. 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 web page.

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