iPad Air 1st Gen Wi-Fi/Cellular
iPad Air Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel Full Assembly
Front panel assembly for the iPad Air. Assembly includes the glass touch panel (digitizer), blank home button, camera bezel, and adhesive already installed. Use this part...
iPad Air and iPad 5 Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel
Replace a cracked, broken, or shattered touch sensitive digitizer portion of the display screen on a 1st generation iPad Air or iPad 5.
SIM Card Eject Tool
Safely eject the SIM card from Apple GSM/LTE devices (iPhones and iPads) and other electronic devices.
iPad Air and iPad 5 Adhesive Strips
These custom cut adhesive strips attach the front panel to the case of the 1st generation iPad Air or iPad 5.
Lightning to USB Charging Cable
Charge or sync lightning port equipped portable Apple devices
iPad Air and iPad 5 Battery
Replace the 8827 mAh battery for a 1st Generation iPad Air or an iPad 5.
iPad Air LCD
Replace the the 9.7‑inch LED-backlit Retina display screen in the 1st generation iPad Air.
iPad Air Home Button
This is the external home button cover and gasket for the 1st generation iPad Air. It does not include the internal button switch.
iPad Air Home Button Ribbon Cable
Replace a torn or cut ribbon cable for a 1st generation iPad Air.
iPad Air Lightning Connector
8-Pin connector responsible for data transfer and charging.
Apple released the iPad Air on October 22, 2013. As with the 4th Generation iPad Retina, the iPad Air uses a Lightning port and has a 2048x1536 (264 ppi) display. The external similarities end there. The iPad Air is lighter by nearly half a pound and all case dimensions have shrunk a bit when compared to the previous iPad generation. Case colors are either a white front with a silver back or a black front with a gunmetal gray back.
The iPad Air Wi-Fi/Cellular model was offered in 16, 32, 64, or 128 GB capacities, supports A-GPS, and for cellular service supports AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint in the US and nearly all major carriers around the world. iPad Air models have a dual core 64-bit 1.4 GHz Apple A7 processor and an M7 motion coprocessor.