Apple has notified second-generation Apple TV customers that it is refunding expedited shipping charges because of an unspecified delay. “Our records indicate that when you placed your order you paid for upgraded shipping,” Apple says in the email. “Due to a delay, we may have not been able to meet our delivery commitment.” Apple has previously refunded some expedited shipping charges for just-released products when it has been necessary to drop ship them directly from China, however, the email does not specify either a revised delivery date or suggest that Apple TV will miss Apple’s promised September release. To the contrary, iLounge has confirmed that the company has also been issuing refunds simultaneously for expedited iPod orders, and already started authorizing the credit cards of pre-order customers, which AppleInsider notes was done eight days prior to the iPad’s launch in April.
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