Had a cracked screen
Installed well but the digitizer has some dead areas
Use a small heat gun
These come pre-installed on the front panel
Bad battery, broken screen
Everything worked out great only problem I pad was the screen was cracked in several places, When trying to remove it it continued to crumble. Covered the screen with clear packing tape and slowly removed the screen piece by piece took my time and it worked out great. thank . . .
Cracked iPad 3 screen.
This is my second go around with an iPad 3 repair. My 5- and 3-year-olds are the culprits and we don't always have it in a case. Even when its in the case, it gets dropped on the floor several times.
The big thing with the iFIXIT replacement screens and Apple's original . . .
The iPad 3 screen was cracked to heck and back.
I wish I had been wearing gloves when handling the LCD panel. I was careful not to touch it with my fingers... But I managed to put a great palm print on there. The sun is your friend. That iOpener... While neat in theory... Is not eff . . .
Unfortunately, my iPad fell on the garage floor and the glass broke.
It took me about 2 hours to get all the glass off. The video depicted an ideal situation where the glass is not shattered. I used a small vacuum to help manage all the glass. Safety glasses are a must, due to the glass breaking into . . .
The repair process went pretty good, but the screen is in extremely bad quality!
Please don't ever purchase anything from ifixit. The spunge tool can easily get worn, and the new screen quality is extremely bad. And don't trust the customer service. Their video can be awesome only if . . .
Wife dropped the iPad on tile floor. I fixed it because I didn't want to pay Apple $299.
Went well. I fix it guide was great. Took my time. I did break the small LED retainer clip. I made a wedge of Mylar and this worked perfectly. Very tedious repair. Worth the time though.
Be careful with the small . . .
Broken glass. My 2 year old son had sat on it!
Repair went well. Watched the Ifixit video & it was a breeze honestly. I'm lucky I'd been a window installer in the past, where part of my job involved removing old windows & glass, so I had a heat gun & understood how it works. I also had the full Ifix . . .