Apple released the slimmed-down, buffed up iPad Air on November 1, 2013 in a choice of Space Gray or Silver. It packs the custom A7 processor and ships in 16, 32, 64, and 128 GB configurations.

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Would the same digitizer/glass replacement work on all Gen iPad Airs

I know that the iPad mini generation 1 and 2 use the same digitizer/glass, can the iPad air generations 1, 2, and 3 use the same?

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Unfortunately, the iPad Airs do not have this cross compatibility. The iPad Air 1 used a separate LCD and glass/digitizer assembly, so either one can be replaced independently of the other. With the introduction of the iPad Air 2 and 3, Apple moved to using a fused LCD and digitizer assembly, just like all iPhones past the iPhone 4. This was to cut down on thickness and weight, however, it also removes compatibility between this model and the iPad Air 1. Make sure if you are replacing one that you get the correct model. The digitizer/glass for the iPad 2 is unfortunately more expensive, but it also includes an LCD, which is where the cost is coming from.

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How about an ipad glass/digitizer being put on an ipad air 1st gen? You think this is a possibility?

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No. Not in a million years. Physically different size and I don't see why on earth you would want to do that.

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