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Thank you for calling ... my ipod tried to deafen me

When my cell phone rings and it is in close range to my ipod the players volume goes totally berserk. I cannot even attend to people on the phone since my ears are still buzzing from the intense choleric volume influx.

All the issues surrounding the ipod s potential harm to hearing, due the lack of volume control / limitation, have resulted in various legal cases thrown against Apple.

Apple have since released an update for the iPod nano and 5th generation iPod that allows the user to set the maximum volume level.

So here comes the next lawsuit, from the guy who received a phone call and his ipod decided to punch through his eardrum.

I found these sites that give some great advise on how to sue:
Deciding Whether to Sue Someone or get this book: How to Sue for Up to $25 000