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iPod Nano Scratch Lawsuit

by jdevi / May 24, 2006 4:53 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) I feel bad for him too
by barret55 / May 24, 2006 5:46 AM PDT
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by MacHugger / May 24, 2006 5:55 AM PDT

He shouldn't feel a need to apologize to Mac users. The Nano is made by Apple but has nothing to do with Macs other than the fact that the two connect, just like they do with PCs.

It's unfortunate if he became a victim of ambulance (opportunity) chasing law firms.

The law suit was frivolous, considering they were asking for damages on top of repair but people need to learn how to be smart consumers.

I haven't bought a new iPod in a couple of years and I think if people would stop buying them until Apple fixes the scratch problem APPLE WILL FIX THE SCRATCH PROBLEM. As I've mentioned on here before, I have a Razr phone (almost a year now) and I don't have one scratch on it. So I know the technology exists to make pocket products more durable.

-Kevin S.

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