Apple has issued a $100 (£61) refund to customers that bought the original iPad after it slashed the prices of the first-gen tablet device ahead of the iPad 2’s launch March 25.
There is a cut-off date though and users will only be eligible for the refund if they purchased their iPad two weeks prior to the price slash.
In addition to this, the refund only applies to users that bought their iPads via Apple’s website or retail stores.
As it stands, UK users will be able to get their hands on the iPad 2 from March 25.
The new model, which is priced the same as the original iPad (pre-price slash), is 33% thinner than the original has two cameras, as well as a dual core Apple A5 processor that can process graphics nine times faster.
Not too shabby.