iPad Screen Repair
You have spent a lot of money on your iPad, and it may not be in your budget to get a new one.
Needless to say, replacing your iPad is going to cost more than it would cost fixing the screen.
Many people now use iPads for business as well as social activities. This means that if your iPad has a cracked screen problem, you might have some downtime or inconveniences while waiting to get it repaired.
Even if you are looking to replace your damaged iPad, you probably need some time to look around for a better, cheaper, or may be a newer model.
Talk To The Experts
If you can’t read pages on the screen properly but it is not yet broken, something may have come lose which means you’ll need someone to diagnose the problem.
If the screen is broken, it is time to consult a technician for a screen replacement. Some iPad screens need to be replaced even if there’s no visible sign of damage: for instance, if the screen is blank all the time, or if the display disappears from time to time, or the brightness and contrast are playing up.
Give the Gadget Doctor. We will be able to advise you over the phone or simply call in for a quick check-up.
Original and Non – Original Screens
Once you have decided to get your iPad screen repaired or replaced then the next thing you have to decide is whether you should use original or non-original parts.
The Gadget Doctor always advises you to use only original parts. And that’s because original parts last longer and are a much better quality.
The only downside is that original parts cost more.
If you decide to use non-original parts then the Gadget Doctor can help you with that as well. We use only use non-original parts sourced from the highest quality parts suppliers. With non-original parts the warranty period is not as long as the original parts.
Deciding to have a original part for your screen replacement may cost you more money up front, but it pays off in the long run as you’ll get the full 6 months guarantee.
How long does it take to carry out an iPad screen repair?
Given your quick need for the iPad repair, one of the questions that you may be thinking is: How long does it take to repair? After all you don’t want to be waiting around for hours on end.
If you are located on the Central Coast simply drop into our store and you’ll be able to enjoy our While You Wait service. We carry parts for all the different models of iPads ranging from the iPad mini, iPad, iPad 2, 3, 4 or 5, the Gadget Doctor really is your one stop shop.
Alternatively if you are unable to come in to the store then you can always send your damaged iPad via post.
Just click the iPad Mail-in repair link below and fill out the details. Pop your device in the mail and will have your gadget fixed for you in no time. In fact we offer a same day repair service on all Mail-in repairs.
Repair Cost and Associated Warranty
Depending on the model of your iPad and the type of damage, an iPad screen replacement can cost from $120 to $180.
If it’s only the iPad screen that requires replacing then the cost to repair your iPad screen is fairly low, but if there’s more parts that are needed for your repair, then the charges increase accordingly.
The best way to know how much it will cost to repair your iPad screen is to call Gadget Doctor for a free fault diagnosis.
You can call right now and speak with one of our highly trained technicians. You can also send us an email detailing the problem with your iPad.
You will receive a quick and speed reply from us. Based on the information provided, we will provide you with the cost to repair your damaged iPad screen.
The Gadget doctors also repairs all other types of electronic gadgets such as iPhones, iPods and all every other brand of phone or laptop.
How to avoid damaging of an iPad screen
Manufacturers provide important information on how to avoid damaging the iPad, these details are in the User Manual.
- Without stating the obvious, you should never drop the iPad on the floor or any other type of hard surface.
- Don’t use your iPad as a coffee table, that means don’t go leaving heavy object on the screen.
- Do not spill any liquids on the iPad. This minimize chances of electrical shorting of any of the terminals.
- Spilling liquids such as water may also damage the motherboard or other parts, which would later affect the screen.
- Do not attempt to replace the screen for yourself without any technical experience, it may end up costing you more to fix.
- Lock it away or keep it inside a box or storage case when you’re not using it.