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What To Know About iPad Screen Repair

The iPad was introduced to the public in 2010 and its purpose was to bring an electronic device that was in between the iPhone and the Macbook. Something that was as portable as an iPhone, but bigger and similar functionality to the Macbook. This was a concept proposed by Steve Jobs and his idea became a reality. 3 million iPads were sold in the first 3 months of its introduction to the marketplace. It was obviously an ingenious idea and since its inception, the iPad has grown and changed over time.
The iPad is a very lightweight and portable computer, making routine computing tasks simple to do while remaining portable. Due to its slim nature and many components, the iPad is very prone to damage and needing repair. This can vary from needing a cracked LCD fixed, battery replacement, home button repair, charging port repair and other issues. It might also be exposed to liquid
 which results in an iPad that is no longer functioning.

What Do I When I Need iPad Screen Repair?

Many of us come to rely on our iPads for a variety of things. Checking email, playing a game, surfing the internet or doing online banking are some of the many things we use them for. It is portable enough to carry around with us, yet big enough to function in many ways like a laptop computer. Eventually, something will happen and the iPad screen gets cracked or damaged, rendering the iPad very limited in functionality. It can be as simple as some annoying cracks on the screen that make it hard to see the display, or it can be as bad as a cracked LCD which makes things impossible to see.

Do It Yourself Repairs

Some of the brave individuals will try to fix a cracked iPad screen by themselves. There are plenty of kits available online that come complete with everything needed to do the repair. This includes the new screen, special tools required, and other items that will allow you to fix the screen. There are plenty of online tutorials and guides that will walk you through step by step on how to perform the repair. Bear in mind, it is not for the faint at heart. This is because there are many cables and internal components that can become easily damaged during the repair process. While replacement of these damaged cables is possible, the next thing you know is that you are spending a fortune on parts other than the cracked LCD.

iPad Repairs Done By Trained Technicians

While attempting to repair the iPad cracked screen by yourself is definitely an option, it is highly recommended that you do not attempt the repair, especially if you are not familiar with electronic device repair. The best route is to use a trained and certified technician who is thoroughly familiar with the ins and outs of broken iPad screen repair. A qualified technician uses specialized equipment and is done in an environment free of static electricity. They also are entirely familiar with the internal components which will give them an extra edge in preventing further damage to the iPad.

We Offer a Free Diagnostic for Broken iPads

Sometimes your iPad is not functioning correctly and it is not clear as to what is wrong with it. At iSquad Repair, we inspect all of the parts and components of your broken iPad to help find a cause for the malfunctioning device. We never charge you a dime for this service so there is nothing to lose by bringing your iPad to us when it is not working. After we find the root cause of the problem, we’ll offer you a fair and reasonable repair price and you can proceed with the repair of it sounds reasonable and is within your budget. No problem is too hard for us! We have literally repaired thousands of iPads and have seen it all. We also offer you a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you will not pay for the repairs until you are completely satisfied.


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