iPad Air Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel Full Assembly

iPad Air Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel Full Assembly

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$49.99

$49.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

This iPad Air Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel Full Assembly includes the small parts and adhesive pre-installed in the assembly, saving time and increasing the quality of your screen repair. We also sell an assembly that does not include the home button.

Digitizer Full Assembly includes (items pre-installed on the front panel):

  • iPad adhesive
  • Blank home button
  • Front facing camera

Fix Kit includes:

This Fix Kit includes iFixit’s iOpener, a tablet opening tool designed to apply heat directly and evenly to case components joined with adhesive. Once the adhesive is softened with heat applied by the iOpener, the adhesive can be sliced using the many tools included in the iOpener kit. This toolkit is designed specifically for the iPad, but works with all tablets, smartphones, or other electronics needing heat application in the disassembly process. The iOpener is heated in the microwave and is reusable.

iOpener Toolkit includes:

Note: This product may cause issues with Apple Smart Cover. If this occurs, either contact us at support@ifixit.com for a replacement or swap in your original home button.

Compatibility

iPad Air
128 GB Wi-Fi
128 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
16 GB Wi-Fi
16 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
32 GB Wi-Fi
32 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular
64 GB Wi-Fi
64 GB Wi-Fi/Cellular

Repair Stories

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Michael Prichard's Story Photo #1220273

My Problem

Front panel got crushed in one corner due to chair leg

My Fix

It's clear that an intact front panel would have made the repair go much more smoothly, but given the difficulty of maintaining proper suction between the suction cup and cracks, many heating iterations and creative taping were necessary to get t . . .

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My Problem

Screen completely shattered when dropped from kitchen island. Mac store told me I had to send to apple to fix or replace, found ifixit and hubby is a tech so he replaced. Only 2 issues. I looked at iPad 4,1 on iTunes and figured it meant iPad Air 4th gen. Hahah not thankfully the which iPad do I hav . . .

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My Problem

After a Halloween medieval mace incident my iPad required a little screen replacement. What!?! That has never happened to you before?

My Fix

I did purchase the iOpener kit with my new glass and while many of the tools in there where invaluable, for my particular repair a little creativity and a different he . . .

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My Problem

Broken digitizer screen.

My Fix

The repair was simple for me. The screen had been replaced before and the guy used some sort of glue to put the screen on. The glue he used didn’t hold very well so the screen was easy to remove. The hardest part was cleaning the base where the screen rests so the adhesive . . .

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My Problem

The digitizer was completely shattered after a drop on a tile floor. No pieces of the front glass were bigger than a fingernail, making removal of the original quite a challenge.

My Fix

The instructional video at iFixIt was indispensable. Be patient to allow enough time for the heating pad to soften the adh . . .

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My Problem

I like doing my own repairs when possible

My Fix

It went OK BUt more close up pictures in the online repair guide would have been nice and showing the repair of an iPad with a broken screen would have been much more helpful than the repair of a pristine iPad.

My Advice

Be careful around the camera and don’t worry if . . .

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My Problem

Screen was working poorly and home button was nonfunctional

My Fix

Went well and was an easy repair

My Advice

Buy the kit with the replacement home button

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My Problem

Cracked screen and dead spots.

My Fix

The repair was easy once I got the old screen off.

My Advice

Buy the complete kit not just the screen

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My Problem

This iPad had a cracked screen.

My Fix

This repair took about 1.5 - 2 hours.

My Advice

This repair wasn't too bad. Lucky, the replacement part had all the cables I needed, and I didn't have to salvage the old ones. The new part goes into place easily. Make sure you pay attention to detail when putting it all back tog . . .

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My Problem

Single crack running across the length of the iPad

My Fix

Slow going getting the screen off, but the replacement was lightning fast.

My Advice

If the glass is sufficiently broken, you won't be able to use the suction cup. Look at the 'later' pictures for safe places to push through with the tweezers. Once you get a ho . . .

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