iPad 3rd Gen 4G
iPad 3/4 Front Camera Bezel
Replace the metal camera bracket on the inside of an iPad Retina (3rd or 4th generation) front panel.
SIM Card Eject Tool
Safely eject the SIM card from Apple GSM/LTE devices (iPhones and iPads) and other electronic devices.
iPad 3/4 Display Data ZIF Connector
Replace the LCD data connector on the logic board of a 3rd or 4th generation iPad. This part requires microsoldering.
iPad 2/3/4 Digitizer FPC Connector (J3010)
Replace the a digitizer cable FPC connector on the logic board of an iPad 2, 3, or 4. The digitizer cable is inserted into two of these connectors on the logic board. Thi...
iPad 3 Home Button
This part is the exterior plastic button cover. It does not include the internal button switch.
iPad 2/3 U2 IC
Replace a U2 IC on the logic board of a 2nd or 3rd generation iPad. This part requires microsoldering.
iPad 2/3/4/Mini/Mini 2 Backlight Diode
Replace the backlight diode on the logic board of an iPad 2, 3, 4, or 1st or 2nd generation iPad mini. This part requires micro soldering.
iPad 2/3/4/Mini/Mini 2 Backlight Filter L2200
Replace the backlight filter on the logic board of an iPad 2, 3, 4, or 1st or 2nd generation iPad mini. This part requires micro soldering.
iPad 2/3/4 Home Button with Spring
This is the external button face with attached spring.
iPad 3/4 Adhesive Strips
These custom cut adhesive strips attach the front panel to the rest of the 3rd and 4th generation iPad.
Apple released the iPad 3rd Gen 4G on March 16, 2012. Changes include the new A5X processor, an upgraded 5 megapixel rear-facing camera, and a higher resolution 'retina' display. The iPad 3rd Gen 4G includes 802.11n wireless and 3G and 4G capabilities (service is subject to carrier and local availability). This iPad model was offered in 16, 32, or 64 GB capacities with color options of white or black.
After only seven months of official availability, the third-generation iPad was discontinued on October 23, 2012, following the announcement of the fourth generation iPad. The third-generation iPad had the shortest lifespan of any iOS product. It is also the last iPad to support the 30-pin dock connector, as the fourth generation iPad and later use the Lightning connector.