iPad 4th Gen 4G Parts
iPad 4 Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel Full Assembly
Front panel assembly for the iPad, 4th Generation. Assembly includes the glass touch panel (digitizer), blank home button, camera bezel, and adhesive already installed. U...
SIM Card Eject Tool
Safely eject the SIM card from Apple GSM/LTE devices (iPhones and iPads) and other electronic devices.
iPad 3/4 Adhesive Strips
Replace the adhesive strips holding the front panel to the rear case of a 3rd or 4th generation iPad. Use these custom cut adhesive strips to fix a loose front panel or t...
iPad USB 10W AC Adapter (Original)
Replace a broken or damaged AC adapter for your iPad with this part.
iPad 3/4 Battery
Replace a model A1389 battery for the 3rd and 4th Gen iPad.
Lightning to USB Charging Cable
Charge or sync lightning port equipped portable Apple devices
iPad 3/4 LCD
Replace the 9.7-inch LED-backlit Retina display screen in a 3rd or 4th generation iPad.
iPad 3/4 Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel
Replace a cracked glass screen digitizer on a 3rd or 4th generation retina display model iPad. This assembly does not include the home button.
iPad 2/3/4 Display Bezel
Replace the plastic black or white trim bezel et the outer edges of the front panel glass on an iPad 2, 3, or 4.
iPad 4 Lightning Connector
Replace a dirty or corroded lightning connector in an iPad 4 and fix problems with data transfer and charging.
Apple released the iPad 4th Gen on November 2, 2012. With this generation a Lightning port replaces the Dock Connector port of earlier iPads. Internally, the improvements to the 4th Gen iPad include a 1.2 megapixel FaceTime HD front-mounted camera, a faster processor, and support for dual band/dual stream Wi-Fi. LTE and 4G data 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.
Following the announcement of the iPad Air on October 22, 2013, sales of the fourth-generation iPad were discontinued. The fourth-generation iPad was reintroduced on March 18, 2014, following the discontinuation of the iPad 2. In order to make its reintroduction a low-end device to the iPad Air, its price was cut by 20% over its original launch price. On October 16, 2014, the fourth-generation iPad was discontinued in favor of the iPad Air 2; the iPad Air took its place as the entry-level iPad at that time.