Master Lock claims that 4-percent of all robberies are due to iPod thefts, so why not slap a bike lock on it? You just spent your entire month’s allowance on that brand new iPod Touch. Now, you’re looking for a lock so you can hang it up on any street post to force the general public into listening to whatever it is you listen to nowadays.
You’ll be dismayed to know that Master Lock’s iCage, the metal case that secures your iPod to a fixed object, is only designed for the 4GB and 8GB iPod Nano at $14.99 and iPod Classic models at $19.99 per lock. The latest Apple gear won’t fit into this. What a bummer.