A San Mateo County judge on Thursday approved the settlement of a class action lawsuit that will allow as many as 1.3 million owners of iPod music players to replace defective batteries on maker Apples tab.

The lawsuit, which affects consumers nationwide, alleged that Apple failed to disclose battery limitations on its first three iPod models.

All these people are going to get relief, and we think thats a big victory for them, said Steve Williams, lead counsel for the suit.



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