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complete teardown for iMac. Need to remove the stand.One of my users had shelves installed above her desk and they crashed on top of the iMac (almost killing her, but she is OK)....
Answer to: iPad 4th generation boot loops after repairThis has happened with one of my user's iPhones before. Turned out that the Cables for the digitizer had slight deformities on it. I would check the cables with a magnifying glass (that is the only way I could see the bubbles on the cable). Hope this helps a bit.
Answer to: iPad 4th generation boot loops after repairI had this happen to a couple of my users before. There are 2 methods that I have used to fix this. But I must ask... Have you or the user backed up the device? 1st method: I know this one will sound weird, but 1. Plug in iPad to power supply 2. Hold the power button and home button until it power powers down 3. Turn back on the iPad and hold down the volume up button. this way has worked for me on a iPad 2, iPhone 5 and older...although it doesn't always work 2nd method: You really need that back-up now 1. Plug the iPad into your computer and connect to iTunes 2. Hold the power button and home button until it turns off 3. Turn back on the iPad and hold the home button until iTunes sees the iPad in recovery 4. Restore the iPad 5. Please have a back-up This is how I have fixed it. I hope this helps.