The company will give $5 in iTunes credit to parents who claim that their kids were lured to “bait apps,” which can be downloaded for free, but then charge for virtual goods or play money. This comes as a settlement to a 2011 lawsuit in which two parents sued Apple for the surprise charges. To be eligible, a minor needs to have racked up the fees without a parent’s permission. If the charge was over $5, the parent can receive a credit for that amount. If it’s over $30, he or she can claim cash. [Source: GigaOm]