Thursday, March 8th, 2012
It’s been a day since Apple introduced the new iPad. Pre-orders are now being processed and people should expect to have their brand new 2012 edition of the iPad in their hands as early as next week. Now it’s time for us to talk about repairs for the new iPad.
First off, if you break your new iPad, crack the screen, or damage it in any way, here is the page you need to visit: our New iPad Repair Page. Over time we will be filling this page up with the same quality repairs that you have seen on the iPad 2 repair page. As a matter of fact, we already know that the new iPad is very similar to the iPad 2 as far as the internal design goes (a few changes as far as placement of internal components are concerned, but similar nonetheless). Given the fact that our new iPad repair parts are similar to that of the iPad 2, our techs have likened the change in the internal form factor of the new iPad to that of the change between the iPod Touch Gen 2 and the iPod Touch Gen 3. Needless to say, our techs are going to be ready to repair the new iPad.
Here are a few repairs to expect for the new iPad (2012):
New iPad (2012) Broken Glass/Digitizer Replacement Service
New iPad (2012) Retina Display/LCD Repair Service
New iPad (2012) Front Assembly Replacement. This includes the new iPad’s LCD Screen with the Retina Display AND the Glass/Digitizer
New iPad (2012) Headphone Jack Replacent Service
New iPad (2012) Back Case Repair and Replacement
We will have these repairs up soon!
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