If you own an Apple iPad, you surely know that this iPad is not cheap and you won’t even get the screen repaired. You must be amazed to read that Apple’s one-year warranty does not cover accidental damage. If your screen is seriously cracked, be prepared to throw out your credit card. Here are some important things to read and know about Apple iPad broken screen repair.
Let Apple fix it
Apple users have AppleCare, and if you have that luxury, you can get your iPad screen replaced at very cheap prices. AppleCare is a service from Apple and you can use it for two years by paying $99. Covers two accidental damages to your Apple device for a $49 service fee. If you don’t have AppleCare, an iPad screen replacement will cost anywhere from $199 to $599, depending on your iPad model. If you can’t go to Apple, you can mail your device.
Get a third party to fix it
There are also other options to fix your iPad screen. For example, you can go to any iPad repair shop and replace the damaged screen. The downside to choosing a non-Apple repair shop is that you will lose your iPad warranty. However, if your warranty has expired, go to these stores and get your screen problem fixed. Make sure the shop has quality parts and is experienced in repairing the equipment. So instead of being in the “sell your iPad” state, you can go to a repair shop and get your iPad screen fixed.
We strongly recommend that you do not attempt to repair the screen or any part of your device yourself unless or until you have the required knowledge and experience in repairing Apple products. And if you really want or try to repair the screen yourself, keep in mind that you need to buy a touch screen replacement kit first. It will cost you between $30 and $400. So first you need to spend a few bucks to repair the screen yourself.
Deal with it
If you’re short on money or just don’t want to visit a repair shop, you can protect your screen with a screen protector. But the protector only helps if the iPad broken screen has small cracks. It won’t look great, but at least it will protect your iPad’s screen from further damage.