Apple has detailed its Battery Replacement Scheme for the iPad that means if your battery fails, you'll get a brand spanker rather than a battery repair – but for a price.
The iPad's unibody design means that similarly to a number of Apple products, if something goes wrong with your battery, it's not just a simple DIY job.
However, while owners of iPods and iPhones who've had problems have had their battery replaced, it seems iPad owners will get a brand new one for a service fee.
In America this is listed as $99 plus a $6.95 shipping fee, and should be with you a week after your tablet goes kaput – so far no details on what the cost will be over here.
The downside to all of this is while you may get a shiny new iPad, you'll have to make sure you sync all of your data with iTunes as you'll lose it all once your darling iPad has left your hands.
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