An attorney has been discussing the large number of users that have been allegedly affected by the problem with iPod nanos scratching easily. Patrick Warner, an attorney with David P. Meyer & Associates, said that they have been inundated with calls since the court filing last week.

Mr. Warner acknowledged that Apple has responded to the problem of iPod nano screens cracking easily but has yet to rectify the issue with easily-scratched displays. The cracked screens were the result of a manufacturing problem affecting a small number of users, according to Apple, but this one "seems too widespread to be a defective batch," Mr. Warner said. "We haven't ruled that out, however."
Apple will soon have to answer the complaint. Possible reactions include a motion for dismissal. Currently, the company will not respond to a request for comment.