Apple has taken to heart complaints from customers who objected to being charged twice by the iTunes Store for the fifth season of AMC's Breaking Bad. While AMC had split the season into two eight-episode blocks that aired a year apart, it Nevertheless had marketed all 16 episodes as a single season. Nevertheless iTunes -- as well as Amazon Prime -- sold them as two separate packages, one called Season 5 and the other, The Final Season. Customers were clearly angry, with one fan filing a lawsuit against Apple, alleging false advertising. On Monday, Apple began sending out apologies to customers who had been charged separately for the two packages, insisting that it was not responsible for deciding the number of episodes in a season. It provided a code allowing the customers to receive a store credit of $22.99.