Apple has just pushed back the launch of the second generation iPad in the Czech Republic.

Steve Jobs announced at the beginning of the month that the Czech Republic would get the iPad 2 on March 25, along with 25 other countries (see below image). However, Apple’s website now states that Czech Apple fans will have to wait until April 25 before they can get their hands on the second generation iPad.

You can check out the updated message over at http://apple.com/cz/ipad. (According to Google Translate, “dubna” is Czech for “April.”)

Currently, we have no idea whether this is due to supply constraints, or some other issue specific to the Czech Republic.

Last year, overwhelming demand for the original iPad forced Apple to postpone its international launch by one month. As of this moment, no other countries are suffering delays (apart from Japan).

We’ll keep you posted.

[via 9to5Mac]