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iPod Nano 4th Gen Disassembly Video Release

December 17th, 2009

Our iPod Nano 4th Gen take apart video is now live on our Mac Repair Guide site.

This video guide shows you how to completely disassemble the iPod Nano 4th Generation to replace components such as the LCD, logic board, headphone board, etc.

You can view the video directly at the link below.

iPod Repair – iPod Nano 4th Generation Repair Guide

The video is also embedded below:

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Technically Nuts Podcast #2 – Now Available

December 15th, 2009


The second episode in our Technically Nuts Podcast is now available on iTunes or in this blog post.

If we use your question in our podcast, we’ll give you $25.00. If we use your comment, we’ll give you $10.00. We’ll take a few questions and comments in each podcast, and we hope to have at least one podcast per week.

Submit your questions or comments to podcast@powerbookmedic.com.

The Technically Nuts podcast is now available on iTunes at:

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=345315814

The podcast is embedded below and is also available from the link below:

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Technically Nuts – A New Mac Podcast

December 8th, 2009

A couple of weeks back, two of our top (and oddest) techs, Shawn and Kyle, asked if they could do a podcast on all things Mac and Apple related. I agreed, and our podcast, Technically Nuts, was born.

In order for this podcast to work, we need user input. We need questions, comments, and suggestions.

If we use your question in our podcast, we’ll give you $25.00. If we use your comment, we’ll give you $10.00. We’ll take a few questions and comments in each podcast, and we hope to have at least one podcast per week.

Submit your questions or comments to podcast@powerbookmedic.com.

The Technically Nuts podcast is now available on iTunes at:

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=345315814

The podcast is embedded below and is also available from the link below:

Podcast 1 – Technically Nuts – Meet the Nuts

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Apple Lisa – A Video Disassembly and History

December 7th, 2009

Today, whenever Apple even hints at a new product, the press comes alive with speculation and fevered anticipation of what may or may not be. The reason why is simple. Apple has always been at the forefront of advancements in personal computing. What many people don’t realize is that before Apple reached the iconic status it now boasts, Apple was a struggling computer manufacturer with its fair share of ups and downs. Apple has had products which have had great success and products that have been complete flops, but every product has contributed to advancements in personal computing.


For this reason, every now and again we like to release repair videos on some of the older machines. Yes, there aren’t a whole lot of people repairing these anymore, but these videos serve as a history lesson of sorts to show how far technology has come in such a short period of time.

So today we’re releasing the next video in our Mac Repair video lineup; the Apple Lisa. For those of you that don’t know, the Apple Lisa preceded the Macintosh and was the first GUI personal computer. It laid out the blueprint for the Macintosh as we know it today.

Below you’ll find the embedded video which is also available on our Mac Repair Guides page.

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