Protect Your 5th-Generation iPod Classic With a Case
Your 5th-generation iPod Classic lets you enjoy music, podcasts, and much more wherever you go. Using your iPod on the go means it can take some abuse, and there is perhaps no better way to protect it from potential mishaps than with an iPod 5th-generation case. iPod users will find all of the cases and accessories they need in new and pre-owned condition on eBay.What is an iPod 5th-generation case and why use one?
The fifth generation of the iPod Classic portable media player was introduced in October 2005 and was quite a bit thinner than the versions that had come before. The port configuration had changed as well. iPod 5 cases are designed specifically to fit this size and shape. This ensures easy access to headphone and charging ports and also maximises the protective characteristics of the case. Some of the characteristics you can expect to find on these cases may include:
- Water resistance: Protects your iPod from the rain and even submersion.
- Impact resistance: Helps safeguard your device during drops and bangs.
- Dust resistance: Ensures that dirt doesn’t get into seams and ports.
- Screen protection: Wards off scratches, cracks, and more.
Whether the product is manufactured by Apple or a third-party, the manufacturer will usually specify exactly which models are supported. Look specifically for 5th-generation iPod Classic support. Note that there are other iPod series that have a fifth generation, such as the Nano and Touch, so Classic is an important distinction. Also, shape and size didn’t change with the iPod Classic 6, so it isn’t unusual to see the same cases marketed for both products on eBay.Do iPod Classic 5 cases provide port access?
Yes, there are two basic styles: open and covered. Open simply means that there is a hole cut in the case where the connection is. Covered means that there are port covers. Port covers can either be attached or detachable. Port covers are very common in cases that provide dust protection.What does military-grade protection mean?
Militaries in the United Kingdom and around the world set certain standards for the equipment they will purchase and use. Military-grade protection varies depending on the standard being referenced, but it often means that they can withstand drops of 200 centimetres or more and can withstand submersion up to 200 centimetres for at least an hour.Content provided for informational purposes only. eBay is not affiliated with or endorsed by Apple.