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Apple's October 2020 refresh of its iPad Air tablet, sporting an A14 Bionic processor, a 10.9" screen, a new design, and in-button TouchID.

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My ipad air won't turn on , Required chip level work, What to do?

While using my ipad suddenly it heated up and stopped working ,in apple care they told to replace the iPad one which almost cost same as the original local iPhone ipad care shop they told charging chip has been burnt so much that the code not able to read for which they don't able to repair that . anyone care who have chip level work or image of that chip kindly tell the numbernumber

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hello Sonu,

your ipad has suffered a fault we call a short circuit. It's kind of like a stroke. The sudden re-routing of voltage from the circuits to ground causes an upset and an emergency shutdown. If anyone tries to diagnose this device and says that the charging chip is burned (the iPad has no equivalent it on its board) run away and never go back there. In any case, look for a good repair shop. Repair, if someone knows what they are doing, should not take long and certainly cost a lot. In the right hands, your iPad will be safe and repaired quickly. In any case, the Air4 is an exceptionally good and durable machine. Call and look for someone with iPad experience. Someone who only repairs iPhones is not competent enough.

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'Someone who only repairs iPhones is not competent enough.' I think there might be quite a few who disagree with this comment.


with which of the above: yours or mine :-)

of course, it should be treated in a certain simplification, however ... repairing damaged iPhones and iPads mainly by other repair shops, I have my own, worked out opinion on this subject.


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