April 3rd is gearing up to be one day we're sure plenty of future Apple iPad owners are looking forward to, but its pretty clear by now that everyone that placed a pre-order will be getting it on that day. For those who purchased Apple's charge of $12 for a rush delivery on the product, they're getting a much needed refund seeing that it isn't no different from when everyone else will be getting the device. When you down at it, one must really think hard about Apple's reasoning for offering it in the first place when it clearly said that the delivery date was going to be the same no matter which option you choose. Maybe Apple just wanted to see if people weren't disregarding the fine print? Or maybe some people are just too infatuated with the product that they naturally would do anything it takes to get their iPad sooner than later? Fortunately, Apple is going in the correct direction by refunding those rush deliveries back to their customers.