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iPad Repair Quality Issues

iPad repair Quality issues
iPad repair is a highly skilled and much-needed industry. Unfortunately if you have broken your iPad or iPhone you realize that over the life cycle of use, they break and frequently will need some tuneup or downright repairs.
However many years into the iPad lifecycle, and consumers are still learning about navigating this repair industry.  And to sum it up, consumers are now learning that not all iPad repairs have the same quality or value.
Apple does offer repairs on their own devices. That is well-known and it is also well-known that the quality of these repairs is excellent. However, you will be paying a premium price to get the iPad either repaired or completely replaced. If you go the repair route you will also need to wait.  Typically to send in your broken iPad for repair (and return) takes several weeks with the Apple repair services.
As a growing popular option to this expensive and longer wait, many consumers are turning to third-party high quali…

iPad Repair Advice

iPad Repair Advice
There are many choices today when it comes to iPad repair of your broken or shattered screen device. We have many years experience in this area and we wanted to share about solutions and choices available to consumers today.

Fixing a broken iPad is relatively easy. You will need to decide what level of quality you are looking for in the repair. Next you need to think about how much you're willing to pay. And finally you need to determine how long you were willing to be away from your device.

Our advice is applicable to owners of any broken iPad. That includes the iPad 2, or iPad air, and iPad mini. And while while we will focus our articles especially related to iPad repair of broken screens, which is the most common repair need, it should be assumed that other less-common repairs are also available.
Just broke your iPad? So you just broke your beautiful iPad with that Gorilla Glass and you are looking for an iPad repair. The first thing to think about is what …