If you accidentally break your iPad screen, it’s considered out of warranty, which means you’ll need to pay a fee. Out-of-warranty service fees from Apple can range from $199-$649, depending on the type of iPad you have (iPad Pro, iPad mini, iPad Air, etc.). If your iPad is covered by a warranty, service fees are $49.
However, different service providers, repair specialists and technicians may charge different prices for iPad screen repairs and replacements. To find out how much these professionals charge, ask for a cost estimate.
Your iPad may be dying if it’s operating slower than usual, the battery is dying unusually fast and your apps keep crashing. There may be other signs that indicate it’s time to repair your iPad or buy a new one. Consult an iPad repair specialist to find out if your device is failing.
You can determine if it’s worth spending money on replacing your iPad battery or buying a new iPad by doing a bit of research. For example, you should ask iPad repair services and technicians for their opinion. Get cost estimates from professionals to see how much it will cost to replace your iPad’s battery (or if it’s even possible).
Depending on the extent of the damage, a pro may be able to fix your iPad. Contact iPad repair services near you and give them information about your broken iPad. For example, tell them if any of the following apply to you:
- Your iPad screen is broken or cracked.
- Your iPad battery is dead and won’t charge.
- Your iPad sustained water damage.
- The buttons on your iPad (like the home button or power button) aren’t working .
After you tell the repair service your iPad issue and they have a chance to examine your device, they should be able to determine if it’s fixable.
Your iPad may wear out, break down or slow down. However, some iPad owners may never experience any problems. It depends on how often you use it, if you take steps to protect it and the type of damage it has endured.