iPad 2nd Gen
Choose your model of iPad 2nd Gen:
iPad 2 Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel
This replacement iPad 2 front panel digitizer screen is the glass touch panel portion of the display assembly and does not include the home button assembly. It is compati...
iPad 2 Front Glass/Digitizer Touch Panel Full Assembly
This assembly includes the glass touch panel portion of the display digitizer screen, a blank home button, and adhesive. A perfect replacement for any cracked, broken, or...
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 2nd and 3rd Gen Home Button Assembly
This part includes the plastic home button, mounting bracket, control board switch and the button spring.
iPad 2 Front Panel Bezel
Replace a plastic front bezel for a black or white iPad 2. If you replace a cracked or broken iPad display assembly or screen, you may need to replace the front bezel as ...
iPad 2 Battery
Replace a model A1376 battery for the iPad 2.
iPad 2 Dock Connector
This assembly includes the dock connector socket and the flex cable that connects to the logic board.
iPad 2/3/4 Home Button with Spring
This is the external button face with attached spring.
iPad 2 LCD
Replace the 9.7-in. LCD screen in an iPad 2. This does not include the front glass bezel.
iPad 2 Display Data Cable
This cable connects the logic board to the retina display screen.
The iPad 2 was released March 11, 2011. This model comes in Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi with 3G, which is offered through AT&T or Verizon in the United States. Data service can be purchased monthly, and does not require a long-term contract. Changes from the first iPad include the new A5 processor as well as a front-facing and a rear-facing camera. This iPad model was offered in 16, 32, or 64 GB capacities with color options of white or black.
In March 2012 Apple began shipping a new version of the iPad 2 Wi-Fi available only in the 16 GB capacity. Externally, the new model can be identified by the EMC number located on the back of the iPad.