iPad 3/4 Battery

$34.95

Product code: IF116-001-1
Apple Part #: 616-0593, 616-0592

 

iPad 3/4 Battery

$34.95

Product code: IF116-001-1
Apple Part #: 616-0593, 616-0592

Product Overview

Is your battery dead?

  • Replace the battery in your iPad 3 or iPad 4 with this part.

Check out this video to see how to replace the battery in your iPad 3!

  • This is a new battery.

Compatibility

Identify your iPad

  • All iPad 3rd and 4th Gen iPads

Product Details

  • Model Number: A1389
  • Power Rating: 42.5 Whr
  • Voltage: 3.7 V

  $34.95

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:



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Replacement Guides

iPad 3 4G

Difficulty: Very difficult

iPad 3 Wi-Fi

Difficulty: Very difficult

iPad 4 CDMA

Difficulty: Very difficult

iPad 4 GSM

Difficulty: Very difficult

iPad 4 Wi-Fi

Difficulty: Very difficult

 

Compatibility

iPad 3 4G
16 GB LTE/CDMA (3rd Gen)
16 GB LTE/GSM (3rd Gen)
32 GB LTE/CDMA (3rd Gen)
32 GB LTE/GSM (3rd Gen)
64 GB LTE/CDMA (3rd Gen)
64 GB LTE/GSM (3rd Gen)
iPad 3 Wi-Fi
16 GB Wi-Fi (3rd Gen)
32 GB Wi-Fi (3rd Gen)
64 GB Wi-Fi (3rd Gen)
iPad 4 CDMA
16 GB LTE/CDMA (4th Gen)
32 GB LTE/CDMA (4th Gen)
64 GB LTE/CDMA (4th Gen)
iPad 4 GSM
16 GB LTE/GSM (4th Gen)
32 GB LTE/GSM (4th Gen)
64 GB LTE/GSM (4th Gen)
iPad 4 Wi-Fi
16 GB Wi-Fi (4th Gen)
32 GB Wi-Fi (4th Gen)
64 GB Wi-Fi (4th Gen)
 

Stories

My Problem

The batteries started to die after 2-3 hours gaming, which is less then 50% compared to new batteries

My Fix

I would say, the battery replacement part is fairly easy. Removing the batteries takes time and you need to pull all three battery cells at the same time. I rushed the first cell the first time I did it and I shorted the other two cells almost started a fire. It's 11 500mAh high density cell and that might say nothing to you, but that is almost twice as much as I use for my radio controlled helicopters and if any of those would produce any smoke I would just run. I wanted to save the iPad so I was very brutal on the last two cells and removed them within 30 seconds. Fortunately for me the cells did not explode and the smoke stopped.

My Advice

For one, the iPad's glass was very damaged and the screen was already replaced to OEM and the adhesive strips where much stronger than original ones. I really tried to work slowly, but each time I tried the glass broke and shattered into a powder. I got that in my eyes and some got under the skin on my legs and that hurt, but you could not see the particles. I would STRONGLY recommend wearing protective glasses and use tape on the edges of the glass before prying. Even better to tape up the entire screen, this way if the glass brakes it will be contained and not spray in your eyes.

My Problem

The battery was not holding a charge.

My Fix

Initially, I was unable to get the screen started out of the bezel. the Iopener did not seem to get hot enough. After a couple of cycles in the microwave the Iopener burst open. Rather than give up, I tried a small electronics heat gun on the right top corner. The heat gun did the trick and I was able to slowly work the glass off the bezel. Once the glass was off the job was straight forward just as the instructional video showed. I completed the job in less than two hours.

My Advice

The instructions for the Iopener should indicate heat times for 700 W or for larger full size microwaves. The instructions on the opener indicate not to reheat before at least two minutes had expired. I reheated after 5 mins and it burst.

My Problem

Battery had stopped charging on a family members iPad 4

My Fix

I did the repair while at work(I'm a computer tech) since I had my tools there. Unfortunately I did not have a heat gun or hair dryer, so I opted to go on without it. Getting the screen off was probably the hardest part, especially without applying heat first. Everything else went fairly well.

My Advice

Take your time and only use plastic pry tools on the screen.

My Problem

battery was first suspect .,.

My Fix

it took more than 1 hour to change battery, but all works perfectly now.

My Advice

I ordered a replacement front panel, because I 'heard' that the chance that it would broken during the change was big. it is not the case, but the iWarmer and the tools were really useful. the guides are perfect.

My Problem

iPad was discharging quickly. Then it would not charge at all. Would not turn on or charge (dead). Determined the battery needed replaced.

My Fix

Used the iFixit guide and was able to successfully repair. I used a hair dryer to soften the adhesive and was very patient (heat, cautiously pry, heat and pry, heat and pry). Once the glass was off the rest was fairly easy.

My Advice

The pictures of the retaining clips could be more clear, took a while to figure out the clips. Maybe an exploded view of the clips 'locked' and 'unlocked' would have helped. Other than that the guide was pretty thorough and accurate.

My Problem

A customer brought in a broken, brittle iPad 2. They had dropped it several times, 2 years ago, but with no repair shops in the area they had no way to get it fixed. Until now.

My Fix

Getting the glass off the iPad was difficult, more difficult than it has ever been. I can only attribute that the the long time span between the breaking and the repair. Once I finally got the glass off, I noticed a severed cable. Oh no! I must have severed the power button cable in all my seeing and sawing to get the glass off.

The process of removing the cable component was pretty complicated, but with the ifixit guide I pushed through. Finally got a replacement cable installed, but the power button was not working still! Luckily I had ordered a second, because this was my first PBC repair. So I went at it again with the 2nd cable. This time, success! Everything is put back together, is beautiful and is working.

My Advice

I've done a lot of iPad glass replacements and have never severed the power cable before. I guess just be prepared for new adventures at any step! And for repairs that you are unfamiliar with, order a spare part!

My Problem

My Ipad Retina had a battery that would last only 2 hours. I was not sure if this was standard so I did nothing for the warranty period. On about the 14th month I tried to get it repaired under warranty, only to be told it was going to cost me $370. That's a smidgen under new price. So I decided to try and replace the battery myself.

My Fix

Not good I smashed the screen. I did get the battery installed OK. I'm in the process of ordering a new screen

My Advice

Take your time on the screen. No matter what be patient. Use the guitar picks like the instructions say. I didn't because I didn't have any and I now have a smashed screen to show for it.