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[* black] Insert wisdom hereiPad Air Repairability Score: '''1 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair)
[* green] The LCD is easy to remove once the front panel is gone.
[* green] The battery is not soldered to the logic board, making the replacement process a tad less difficult.
[* red] Just like in the iPad 2 & 3, the front panel is glued to the rest of the device, greatly increasing the chances of cracking the glass when trying to remove it.
[* red] Gobs, gobs, and gobs of adhesive hold everything in place, including the prone-to-start-a-fire-if-punctured battery.
[* red] The LCD has foam sticky tape adhering it to the front panel, increasing chances of it being shattered during disassembly.
[* red] You can't access the front panel's connector until you remove the LCD
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[* black] Insert wisdom hereiPad Air Repairability Score: '''1 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair)
[* green] The LCD is easy to remove once the front panel is gone.
[* green] The battery is not soldered to the logic board, making the replacement process a tad less difficult.
[* red] Just like in the iPad 2 & 3, the front panel is glued to the rest of the device, greatly increasing the chances of cracking the glass when trying to remove it.
[* red] Gobs, gobs, and gobs of adhesive hold everything in place, including the prone-to-start-a-fire-if-punctured battery.
[* red] The LCD has foam sticky tape adhering it to the front panel, increasing chances of it being shattered during disassembly.
[* red] You can't access the front panel's connector until you remove the LCD
.

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