iPad 2 Front Panel Digitizer Assembly

$99.95

Product code: IF112-002

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iPad 2 Front Panel Digitizer Assembly

$99.95

Product code: IF112-002

Product Overview

All-in-one fix for the iPad 2's front glass panel

  • Replacement part for any shattered iPad 2.
  • Fix Kit includes replacement adhesive strips, home button assembly, and tools.
  • This part make installing a front panel a lot easier since the adhesive, front facing camera bracket and home button are already installed.
  • * When performing the repair, sometimes you may damage the bezel and/or Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antenna. You may want to buy those parts just in case and if you don't end up using either of them, you can return them.

Assembly components:

These come pre-installed on the front panel

Kit contents:

Compatibility

Identify your iPad

  • All iPad 2s

Product Details

$99.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

Includes all the tools needed to do the repair.

  • Looking for your panel? It's safely shipped in the cardboard sleeve beneath the anti-static project tray.
  • This product cannot be shipped to Mexico.
  • Este producto no puede enviarse a México.

$99.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

Includes all the tools needed to do the repair.

  • Looking for your panel? It's safely shipped in the cardboard sleeve beneath the anti-static project tray.
  • This product cannot be shipped to Mexico.
  • Este producto no puede enviarse a México.

$94.95 Part Only / Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

$94.95 Part Only / White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

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Replacement Guides

iPad 2 CDMA

Difficulty: Difficult

iPad 2 GSM

Difficulty: Difficult

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415

Difficulty: Difficult

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2560

Difficulty: Difficult

 

Compatibility

iPad 2 CDMA
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPad 2 GSM
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415
16 GB (EMC 2415)
32 GB
64 GB
iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2560
16 GB (EMC 2560)
 

Stories

My Problem

Wife was at a track meet for my eldest daughter and someone knocked the iPad off her lap and it struck the concrete bleacher shattering the glass.

My Fix

Received the repair kit timely and went to work on the broken unit. I did not have very good luck with the iOpener to heat and remove the glass/adhesive so I switched to a low watt heat gun. The tools provided (excluding the heater) where very useful and I was able to get all the broken glass out. Heading back to the kit I removed the new digitized glass and found it had a crack in it and called iFixit support. The technician walked me through RMA and shipped a replacement unit that day. I'm still awaiting that replacement but should be a quick completion on arrival.

My Advice

Tell folks not to rush and take their time getting the adhesive warmed enough to get started. I torn the ribbon cable to the broken digitizer because I didn't let the glue lossen enough. Also recommend some adhesive remover or include in the kit, as there is a LOT of tack left on the frame post glass removal.

My Problem

I found that alarm was working but only the display was not working, hence strongly believe that the change of front panel display would fix my problem

My Fix

I followed the simple and easy steps provided in iFixit and able to fix the probelm successfully.

My Advice

Guide has 13 steps till we remove the old front panel display, the additional details like fixing existing the home button and camera would have been provided, it would be most helpful in re-arranging steps.

My Problem

I had an iPad that some careless dumdum (myself) pretty much completely shattered the front panel on. So the panel needed to be replaced.

My Fix

The iOpener worked wonderfully until I got to the really shattered part of the panel removal. At that point a heat gun and some elbow grease was required but I got the panel off. In the process however accidently cut the wifi antenna (that I was explicitly warned about lol). I ordered the replacement and once it arrives I can finish up the repair. Otherwise so far so good. iFixit, You guys are awesome.

My Advice

The iOpener works really well but if the glass of the device is badly shattered it can be a little intrusive in a constant heat and scrape kind of operation. Also pay extra close attention when opening the bottom of the device, they aren't kidding when they say the antenna is delicate. And in a case with a bad shatter where elbow grease is required you should probably just order the antenna piece with the display since damaging it when removing serious glass shatter is almost inevitable.

My Problem

I had dropped my iPad 2 and cracked the front panel... twice, and on two corners.

My Fix

I used the guides. All went well. I am glad I ordered all of the parts I did. As it turned out I damaged the Wi-fi antenna when taking the front off. I put everything back together, including the new antenna... unfortunately there was no Wi-Fi... I contacted customer support, via email, and within two hours Matt had new antenna shipped out via priority mail. I installed the new antenna this morning. I am happy to report that all is well!

My Advice

Definitely order that antenna just in case you toast yours like I did. The Front Panel assembly is a better deal than just the glass, as it turned out I did not need the bezel replacement, but it is good to have jut in case. The opening kit worked well. heating the gel filled pad for 30 sec worked for me.

It was a good experience, do not be afraid to attempt this fix. Oh smallest Phillips bit in my Ifixit tool set worked great. The magnetic tip is essential. I also used the magnetic mat to keep the screws in one place. The white and black grid helps keep the screws in order, and more importantly keeps them in one spot so you are not faced with the prospect of getting on your hands an knees searching for TINY screws on the floor.

My Problem

My wife stepped on my daughters ipad

My Fix

It took me 1.5 hours to fix it. But was easy with the idol video helper.

My Advice

I used the heat pouch and a heat gun and the front came right off

My Problem

NINGUN PROBLEMA

My Fix

MUY BIEN

My Advice

TODO HASTA AHORA FUNCIONA MUY BIEN, EXELENTES PRODUCTOS.

My Problem

Well I've had my iPad 2 for a couple of years and through those years I've bought cases for it but I love it without the case. It's lighter, and easier to access. And my luck I dropped the iPad on our cement sidewalk.

My Fix

Luckily my fiancé, who used to work at an Apple Store and also an store with repairs for Apple products, he was able to fix it himself. Challenging (with all the little shards of glass) but successful.

My Advice

It always good to have someone with experience to fix it. I don't know if I would of trusted myself to fix it myself.

My Problem

We had three iPads with cracked screens. We had contacted another company and they would never call back when I asked for the documentation that we needed in order to do business with them. I am very impressed that you responded quickly and ordering on line was a snap. Our screens came very quickly after placing the order. Well Done!

My Fix

I am not sure how the repair is going as I only did the ordering but from what I understand they are almost ready to go.

My Advice

I wished we had found your company first instead of the other one as we wasted a good week or more waiting on them to return phone calls. Their loss!

My Problem

Broken iPad 2 screen, plain and simple.

My Fix

Repair went fairly smoothly... as far as broken iPad screens go. Using packing tape to cover the screen DEFINITELY cut down on the flying glass shards aimed at my face (wear goggles, no matter how cool you are). It appears that iPad 2 s have much more glue over the wifi antenna than later models, whcih was tricky. I tore the ribbom off of the three screws holding the antenna down, but the cable was fine and wifi was unaffected. The bottom right corner needs extra heat and care to deal with this problem.

My Advice

1. A heat gun on low setting works much better than the iOpener buckwheat bag. Just make sure you use it properly.

2. The wifi antenna in the bottom right is tricky. I recommend you apply extra heat and attack it from multiple angles AFTER the rest of the glue is dealt with and while gently prying the screen up.

3. Always go with the front panel assembly, not just the panel itself. Having the glue pre-applied is worth the extra money.

My Problem

My 10-year-old son was using the iPad 2 in bed. He leaned into it with his elbow, breaking the front glass into hundreds of pieces. On the plus side, he showed it to me right away rather than hiding it in his sister's room.

My Fix

Because the digitizer was seriously fractured, it took a couple of hours to painstakingly remove the glass. The iOpener helped a lot, but progress was slow because of the number of pieces that needed to be removed.

The repair guide notes a couple of places where you need to be extremely careful not to damage internal connections (the wifi antenna and the digitizer cable). Despite my extreme care, I must have damaged the cable connecting the power button at the top of the iPad, because it stopped working. (That said, I can't see any visible damage to the cable, and the mute and volume controls continue to work.) Replacing the power cable sounds at least as daunting as replacing the digitizer, so I've decided to live with the broken power button (although performing a hard reset is going to be a problem).

All in all, I'm happy with the repair, but the guide should probably mention the power cable area as another trouble spot. Looking at the comments after the fact, I see that others have run into the same issue.

My Advice

It's almost impossible to be too careful when removing the digitizer glass. Watch out in the area around the power switch cable (and the wifi antenna and the digitizer cable)!