So, anyone received their $37.50 settlement for the iPod nano class-action lawsuit?

Remember back when dinosaurs roamed and Apple released the first-generation iPod nano (that was 2005). Users were over the moon with the new micro iPod ... right up until they realized that it was easier to scratch than a block of cheese. A class-action lawsuit was kicked off ...

Remember back when dinosaurs roamed and Apple released the first-generation iPod nano (that was 2005). Users were over the moon with the new micro iPod ... right up until they realized that it was easier to scratch than a block of cheese. A class-action lawsuit was kicked off ...

... five and a half years later owners of scuffed iPods, some of which were so fragile that they were scratched when wiped by a microfiber cloth, have started receiving settlement checks.

That's right. Five years on and dissatisfied iPod nano owners get back a fraction of the price they paid for the device in the first place. The good news is that if you'd bought 14 of those first-generation iPod nanos, you'll get back enough cash to buy an iPad.

I'm pretty sure the lawyers got more than $37.50 out of this settlement.