How to Fix Your iPad Screen

How to Fix Your iPad Screen

If you own Apple iPad then you surely know that this iPad is not cheap and neither getting its screen repaired. You must be amazed by reading that Apple’s one-year warranty doesn’t cover accidental damaged. If your screen is cracked badly then be ready to bust out your credit card. Here are some important things to read and know about an Apple iPad screen fixed.

Have Apple Fix it

Apple users have AppleCare facility and if you have this luxury available then you can replace your iPad screen at pretty cheap rates. AppleCare is service from Apple and you can avail it for two years by paying $99. It covers two accidental damage of your Apple device for a $49 service fee. If you don’t have AppleCare then replacing the iPad screen will cost from $199 to $599, depending on the model of your iPad. If you cannot go to Apple, you can mail your device through shipment.

Have a third Party to Fix it

There are also other options available for you to repair your iPad screen. For instance, you can go to any iPad repair shop to replace the damaged screen. The downside of choosing a non-Apple repair shop is that it will void your iPad’s warranty. But if you are out of warranty then you go to these shops and fix the screen issue. Make sure the shop has quality parts and has experience in repairing the devices. So instead of being in a state of ‘sell your iPad‘, you can opt-in for the repairing shop and fix your iPad screen.

Don’t DIY

It is highly recommended that do not try to repair the screen or any part of your device by yourself, unless or until you have the required knowledge and expertise in repairing the Apple products. And if you really want or try to repair the screen yourself then keep in mind that first of all you have to buy a touchscreen replacement kit. It will cost you in between $30 to $400. So you have to spend a few bucks first to repair the screen yourself.

Deal with it

If you are short of money or simply do not want to visit the repairing shop then you can protect your screen via a glass protector. But the protector only helps if your iPad screen has minor cracks. It won’t look great thought but at least by doing so, will protect your iPad’s screen from further damage.

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