According the the Apple iPad FAQ page the iPad battery replacement policy is this: pay $99 + shipping and you will receive a new iPad unit.
Apple will not transfer your data from the old unit, so you will use your iTunes backup.
We hope that Apple dealers in Saudi Arabia will implement this policy whenever they get the iPad.
Read more about the iPad battery replacement policy at Apple’s site.
Battery Replacement Service – iPad: Frequently Asked Questions [Apple.com].
Arabic version on SaudiMac.net.
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Yah right. Let’s have a decent dealer here first. Although I personally think iTechia might implement suc policy