This does look difficult and tedious. Steps showing adhesive removal and re-application would be quite helpful. My iPad mini 4 (A1538) battery is showing signs of age but I think I would wait quite a bit longer based on the riskiness of damage at various stages that I read here. Still, given the cost from Apple ($300) to repair this sucker for me I think I would eventually give it a try regardless, but maybe with the hair dryer method for adhesive softening. Battery replacement cost from Apple is close to what the entire device originally cost!
So far it is just the case for mine that seems broken - It won’t charge the buds properly. I really don’t mind cosmetic damage if I can replace the case’s battery (assuming that is the culprit). Where might I get a replacement battery? Also, if I used enough care, could I not just cut into the case closer to the battery to get at it from underneath?
How about screen replacement? Is there a replacement part for that?
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