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Board Component Bundle
This collection of iPhone, iPad, and Galaxy S III components is perfect for anyone learning microsoldering and board level repair.
iPad 2 Adhesive Strips
These custom cut adhesive strips attach the front panel to the rest of the iPad 2. If you replace a cracked or broken iPad display assembly or screen, you will need new a...
iPad 2 Battery
Replace a model A1376 battery for the iPad 2.
iPad 2 Bluetooth/Wi-Fi Antenna
This replacement Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antenna is compatible with all iPad 2 models: CDMA, GSM, and Wi-Fi only (EMC 2415).
iPad 2 CDMA/Verizon Logic Board
This is the main circuit board assembly for the CDMA/Verizon model iPad 2.
iPad 2 Digitizer FPC Connector (J3010)
Replace the a digitizer cable FPC connector on the logic board of a 2nd generation iPad. The digitizer cable is inserted into two of these connectors on the logic board. ...
iPad 2 Display Data Cable
This cable connects the logic board to the retina display screen.
iPad 2 Dock Connector
This assembly includes the dock connector socket and the flex cable that connects to the logic board.
iPad 2 Front Camera
Replace the front facing VGA (640x480) camera.
iPad 2 Front Camera Bezel
Replace the metal camera bracket on the inside of an iPad 2nd generation front panel.
iPad is a line of tablet computers designed, developed and marketed by Apple, which run the iOS mobile operating system. It took the idea of transforming a working desktop into a lightweight portable powerhouse, into a reality. The user interface is built around the device’s multi-touch screen and virtual keyboard. Standard models feature Wi-Fi connectivity, while 3G and LTE models add capability to use cell towers to gather information.
An iPad can shoot video, take photos (except first generation), play music, and perform internet functions such as web-browsing and emailing. Other functions such as games, GPS and navigation, and social networking can be enabled by downloading and installing apps.
Since the release of the iPad in early 2010, there have been five versions of the iPad, four versions of the iPad mini, two versions of the iPad Air, and two versions of the iPad Pro, which were released on an annual (and sometimes bi-annual) cycle.
With different models, come different levels of repairability ease, however all of these devices are user-serviceable with the help of our repair guides found in each of the device pages above.
Select your model above for parts, guides and more.