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iPod Nano Suit Leaves Scratches On Apple

Law360 (June 26, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- When Apple Inc.'s iPod Nano first burst into the retail world, it seemed like the on-the-go technophile's dream machine. But critical scratching issues hit a sour note with consumers, whose subsequent product liability lawsuits haunt the company to this day.

The Nano, when it was released in September 2005, became an immediate hit for the Cupertino, CA-based company. Apple shipped over 1 million Nanos in the first three weeks alone, and indicated at the time that it had more orders for the gadgets than it could...
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