iPad Pro 9.7" Cables
Replacement parts for your iPad Pro 9.7" model to fix your broken tablet!
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Choose your model of iPad Pro 9.7":
Lightning to USB Charging Cable
Charge or sync lightning port equipped portable Apple devices
iPad Pro 9.7" Lightning Connector
Replace the lightning connector and its cable compatible with the A1673 and A1674 model 9.7 inch iPad Pro. Fix problems with charging and USB device connectivity. Install...
iPad Pro 9.7" Smart Cover Connector
Replace the contacts for the smart cover.
iPad Pro 9.7" (Cellular) Logic Board Connector Cable
Replace a torn or corroded connector flex cable on the logic board compatible with the cellular model 9.7 inch iPad Pro. This part requires micro-soldering.
iPad Pro 9.7" (Wi-Fi) Logic Board Connector Cable
Replace a torn or corroded connector flex cable on the logic board compatible with the Wi-Fi model 9.7 inch iPad Pro. This part requires micro-soldering.
The iPad Pro 9.7" is smaller version of Apple's original 12.9" high performance tablet. Like its larger counterpart, the Pro 9.7" features an A9X processor, support for the Apple Pencil, and a 4-speaker audio setup.
Identifying the 9.7-inch iPad Pro can be difficult, as it has the same physical dimensions and weight as the iPad Air 2. Compared to the Air 2, the Pro features a three-pin Smart Connector along its left edge, as well as speaker grilles on the top and bottom edges. The Pro's model number, A1673 (Wi-Fi Only) or A1674 (Wi-Fi and Cellular), is etched on its rear case.
The most common repairs for the 9.7 inch iPad Pro are replacing a cracked front glass screen or a dead battery. The iPad Pro 9.7" front glass panel is held to the aluminum case with strips of adhesive. Once the device is opened, this adhesive will need to be replaced.
The iPad Pro 9.7" earned a 2 out of 10 in iFixit's repairability assessment. Watch the Teardown Review for more: