The settlement released claims of all class members who had bought iPhones on which Apple software throttled performance to avoid overtaxing the battery, but the settlement fund was payable only to those class members who submitted an attestation that they had experienced the slowing of the iPhone’s functions as a result of the throttling.  This decision holds that the settlement is not objectionable on that ground.  Those who did not experience slowed performance could not prove damages, a key element of the class’ claims, so they lost nothing by releasing their worthless claims without compensation.