Apple's iBomb?

March 2009
Red Herring;3/13/2009, p1
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The article reports on the lawsuit filed by a Kentucky woman against Apple in Ohio over allegations her son's iPod Touch exploded in his pocket while in class. The suit claims the 15-year-old's 16GB iPod Touch, still under warranty, caused second-degree burns. It noted that the victim continues to suffer from both physical and mental conditions which will cause him to suffer pain, mental distress and emotional distress. A total of $225,000 in damages is being sought by the family from Apple.


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