It's estimated that Apple sold around 50,000 iPads in its first two hours of availability last week. But those 50,000 soon-to-be iPad owners won't get a battery replacement from Apple when it goes belly up.
Instead, the company plans to send customers a new iPad with a new battery as part of its Battery Replacement Service, Wired.com reports. The service will set back iPad users $100 and certain conditions will apply. In addition to having a dead battery, customers' iPads must also be in good condition to take advantage of the service, according to The Inquirer.