iPad Air 1st Gen Parts
iPad Air Home Button Ribbon Cable
Fix an unresponsive home button by replacing a damaged cable or a worn out internal button switch.
iPad Air Home FPC Connector (J6300)
Replace the home button cable FPC connector on the logic board of a 1st generation iPad Air. This part requires microsoldering.
iPad Air LCD
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning 9.7‑inch LED-backlit display screen. This part is compatible with a 1st generation iPad Air.
iPad Air Lightning Connector
Replace a damaged or corroded lightning connector and fix problems with charging and connecting to USB devices. This part is compatible with a 1st generation iPad Air.
iPad Air LTE Left Data Antenna
Replace a damaged or missing left data antenna in a 1st generation cellular model iPad Air and fix unreliable connectivity to cellular service.
iPad Air LTE Logic Board
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the 1st generation iPad Air LTE.
iPad Air LTE Right Data Antenna
Replace a damaged or missing right data antenna in a 1st generation cellular model iPad Air and fix unreliable connectivity to cellular service.
iPad Air Mute Switch
Replace a missing or damaged external mute switch cover. This part is compatible with a 1st generation iPad Air. It does not include the internal electronic switch.
iPad Air Screen
A front panel assembly compatible with the iPad Air. Assembly includes the glass touch panel (digitizer), blank home button, camera bezel, and adhesive already installed.
iPad Air SIM Card Bay
Replace bent or corroded SIM card socket for the 1st generation iPad Air and fix problems recognizing SIM cards.
The iPad Air is the first generation iPad Air tablet computer designed and developed by Apple. This device marks the first major design change since the iPad 2. Although external appearance remains relatively unchanged, the volume of the device shrank by almost one quarter due to using thinner components. The iPad Air still uses the same 9.7-inch Retina Display as the previous iPad model, but an improved front-facing camera was added, making FaceTime much clearer. The device houses a 64-bit Apple A7 with M7 coprocessor.
After the announcement of the iPad Pro on March 21, 2016 the first generation iPad Air was discontinued.
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