iPad 3/4 LCD

$54.95

Product code: IF116-022
Apple Part #: 6091L-1579A, 821-1240-A

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iPad 3/4 LCD

$54.95

Product code: IF116-022
Apple Part #: 6091L-1579A, 821-1240-A

Product Overview

Replace your broken or malfunctioning Retina display

  • Brand new, OEM, LED display

Compatibility

Identify your iPad

  • All iPad 3rd and 4th Gen iPads

Product Details

  • Size: 9.7 in.
  • Resolution: 2048-by-1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch (ppi)
  • Manufacturer: OEM, Original

$54.95 New

 

Condition:

New

$49.95 A-Stock

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part is in excellent condition.

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Replacement Guides

iPad 3 4G

Difficulty: Moderate

iPad 3 Wi-Fi

Difficulty: Very difficult

iPad 4 CDMA

Difficulty: Moderate

iPad 4 Wi-Fi

Difficulty: Moderate

 

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 phone was not holding a charge

My Fix

The teardown was not that difficult using my Pro tool set from iFixit. It took me about 15 minutes to get to the part and remove it. During the removal of the bad dock i noticed a flex cable pop out and did not really pay attention to it like I should. Placed everything back together and function tested the phone. The home button was not working. So, I torn the for down again and remembered to look at the home button flex cable. I found that I did not connect the home button flex cable this was the root cause of the home button malfunction. I but the phone back together and function tested and everything was working.

My Advice

Pay attention to the home button flex cable when removing the wifi cable and speakers. They would have saved 15 additional minutes during the repair but a good lesson learned to take my time.

John Rzucidlo's Story Photo #654041

My Problem

One of my customers had accidentally crushed the screen of her iPad in her motorized recliner chair mechanism. The screen and digitizer were shattered, and the LCD only displayed half the screen image.

My Fix

Getting the broken glass from the front panel and digitizer off was a real challenge, and took me a long time using a heat gun and patience. I found the iFixit guides invaluable! The parts I ordered from iFixit were very well packed, and installed without a hitch. The preinstalled adhesive strips and Home button assembly made reassembly simple. The iPad now works great and my customer is delighted!

My Advice

I used acetone (fingernail polish remover) and cotton swabs to clean up all the residual glue after removing the damaged front panel - it worked a treat!

My Problem

My wife's iPad 3rd Generation fell out of my truck and the front panel shattered. Then I broke the LCD while trying to repair the front panel.

My Fix

I had a difficult time removing the front panel even with the iOpener. This would have certainly been an easier process if my front panel were not completely shattered.

I ended up ruining the LCD with one of the iFixit Opening Picks. The repair guide actually advises caution with these picks, but I got so distracted with trying to pry one of end of the panel up, that I did not realize I was pushing one of the picks to deeply in the device from the other side.

Once I finally got both the front panel and the LCD replaced the device appeared to be working until I tried typing a message with it, and then I realized that the keys Q, A, and shift were not working. Hence, I had to take the device apart again and reseat the front panel cables. After doing this the iPad is finally working like normal again. The whole process took me about 3 weeks, including time spent waiting on the to separate shipments of parts to arrive, and time spent troubleshooting the keyboard issue.

My Advice

I've repaired iPhones before and now an iPad. The iPhone is significantly easier to repair than an iPad. If your iPad's front panel is shattered you can fix it using the guides on this website and parts, but you are going to need patience, and you are going to need to use a lot of caution. Oh, and you also need a vacuum cleaner to be handy because the shards of glass get everywhere.

My Problem

my screen was broken

My Fix

excellent the screen is very excellent no problem with it yet. and it took me abt 20 min to fix it

My Advice

No

My Problem

My friend dropped his iPad down a set of stairs. it took a direct hit to the corner when it hit the tile floor at the bottom. Yhe Retina display stopped functioning. fortunately the touch screen survived. Using the manuals on this site I was able to safely remove the touch panel and see that the issue was in fact only the screen.

My Fix

I received the screen in excellent shape, I am very happy with the quality packaging. the installation went very well using the iFixit tool kit I had purchased a while ago. I followed the instructions on the site, I like pictures. The job was done within 15 minutes and the iPad was back playing minecraft in no time.

My Advice

I wish I had known about iFixit a year ago, could have made some other friends happy with their broken devices they ended up paying a fortune to have repaired. Thanks iFixit.. you have a new loyal customer.

My Problem

Bought an iPad, dropped it a couple times (on accident obviously) and ended up messing up the LCD display and it wouldn't turn on anymore. APPLE said they can fix it for $300

My Fix

Went super smooth. It was easier then I thought and didn't run into any problems. ifixit says it difficult to replace the iPad 3 wifi LCD but it's not difficult. More like Inbetween easy and moderately difficult.

My Advice

Buy the kit that includes the I opener. Made it super easy to loosen up the glue and get the whole kit that comes with the tools and picks so you can pry open the iPad front screen. And always be patient. Don't rush anything.

Also follow ifixit Guid! Perfect!

My Problem

shattered outer screen - LCD had a small spot

My Fix

Removing the shattered glass was very difficult. There are a few pieces of debris between the glass, I should've used (or the guide recommended) compressed air to clean between the two screens. The hot roll was ineffective, essentially I just scraped between the outer screen and the base until I got all of the glass and glue removed.

My Advice

The ribbon for the home button was difficult and I had the refer to other online tutorials, perhaps a better description of how to install this while it is attached to the outer screen. I did not want to remove it from the new screen so I wouldn't risk damaging it when I removed it.