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A theory of mine: Why does the Apple iPod behave that funny after setting up the system clock?

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Published on Sep 3, 2012

IMPORTANT: Read the disclaimer notice at the end of this description. By watching or promoting this video you agree to have read and fully understood and accepted the disclaimer at the end of this text.
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How life sometimes plays, you listen to some music with your trusty iPod, adjust the system clock and realize something very irritating to the technically trained mind. After wasting some thought about it, it begins to scare you and you start to wonder. This video is not ment as an accusation against anybody, nor ment as a prove of anything. It is just a spun out theory of mine, one that adds up perfectly for me after discovering what is likely a random bug within the music player's seek control. Think about it with me and leave me a comment. Do you have a theory of your own about the module behaviour of this unit? Let us know what you think about it. It even took me forever to make this text store for some reason ;) Now, me being such a paranoid type, please read and understand the disclaimer below before watching this video.

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DISCLAIMER: Apple Inc. (for the rest of this disclaimer refered to as "Apple") most certainly made you sign for this in their license agreement one way or another and is therefore perfectly within its legal rights you permitted them. This video is by no means supposed to indicate, aggregate or even prove claims about illegal behaviour by Apple, their staff, fully or partially owned third corporate entities, business partners, customers or any other party legally connected to Apple (from now on in their completeness called their entities). This video is not ment as a diffamation against any of the before mentioned entities or Apples rightfully registered trademarks or products by knowingly providing or in any way aggregating deliberately wrongful or unprofessional information about their products or entities. The rightfullness of any legal claims from Apple, like trademarks, patents or any other rightful claim remain untouched and respected by this work. As a matter of fact, the information provided in this video is just a personal opinion of a single civilian individual, the theory presented here might be completely wrong and has no claims at all as to its correctness or incorrectness, nor to its viability, legal status or actual use. This work does not make any other claims beyond a personal opinion in the tradition of free speech. The statements made in this video do not at all represent, directly or indirectly, the official position of Apple, its entities, any other legal corporate entity or official institution of any kind. These statements are a private, professional opinion from a single, civilian individual never employed by Apple or its entities and in any ways other than a regular end user customer personally or professionally connected to any of the before mentioned parties. The author of this video does not condone any incorrect, in any way harmful, diffamating or illegal behaviour from its viewers as a result of the presented opinion. The author takes furthermore personal distance from any additional comments or publications made by any other person or party as a result of this opinion, who are fully liable for their own publications and means of publication.
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It is only meant for people to think a little about their privacy, or, who knows, to get a good job offer (just kidding). I hope this disclaimer will help me in not getting sued over this ;)

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