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As we expected, the battery inside the Touch is secured with adhesive.
Fortunately, the notches around the edge of the battery made tactical prying points for our plastic opening tool, freeing the battery.
The iPhone 5's battery utilized 3.8 V chemistry to squeeze every last second of battery life out of its Li-ion power source. Though without LTE sapping all its charge, the iPod Touch didn't require such measures.
This Plain Jane battery provides 3.8 Wh at 3.7 V for a rating of 1030 mAh, a little more than the previous model's 930 mAh.
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