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Another iPod lawsuit on the horizon

It seems another lawsuit is on the horizon regarding iPod batteries - this time out of Florida.

“In the last year, many iPod owners got bad news after their iPodsí lithium-ion batteries died. The owners were told there was no replacement battery available and so therefore they should go buy new iPods! With the smallest-capacity iPods starting at $250 on eBay, that seemed like a very expensive solution. In response to numerous complaints, Apple recently instituted $59 extended warranties and $99-battery-replacement programs for iPod. If you are unhappy with your iPodís battery performance and you want a confidential, no-cost consultation about your rights, please e-mail us by filling out the form below.”

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Posted by Sniper on October 15, 2004 at 4:25 PM (PDT)

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