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iPad Pro 9.7" LCD Screen and Digitizer

  • iPad Pro 9.7" LCD Screen and Digitizer / Black / New
  • iPad Pro 9.7" LCD Screen and Digitizer / Black / New
  • iPad Pro 9.7" LCD Screen and Digitizer / White / New
  • iPad Pro 9.7" LCD Screen and Digitizer / White / New
iPad Pro 9.7" LCD Screen and Digitizer

US$ 199,99

US$ 199,99

Detalhes do produto

Descrição

Descrição

Replace a damaged or malfunctioning LCD and Digitizer in your iPad Pro 9.7".

This LCD panel can restore dead pixels, fix color bleeding, and eliminate lines in your display image as well as restore a dim or dead backlight. This Digitizer can resolve touch sensitivity issues.

Compatibilidade

Compatibilidade

  • iPad Pro 9.7" A1673 and A1674

Especificações

Especificações

Size:
9.7 inch
Resolution:
2048 x 1536 (264 ppi)

Compatibilidade

iPad Pro 9.7"
A1673 Wi-Fi
A1674 Wi-Fi/Cellular

Avaliações de clientes

The $199 replacement LCD/digitizer was supposed to come with all the adhesive strips. It didn't. So I had to order those and await again. Tech support said it was an error on their part, and they refunded the money for the strips. I usually swear by iFixit's repair guides, but this one was marginal. Anyone who tackles a "very difficult" project doesn't need 24 steps to remove the screen from an iPad. The really difficult part that took by far the most time was sort of glossed over: you must remove and re-used the home button from your existing iPad and put it into the new LCD/digitizer assembly. Getting it out is easy. Putting it into the replacement part is a huge, giant pain. A bracket holds that button in place. The bracket must be precisely aligned with a tiny little clicker on top of the home button that you can't even see when you reinstall the bracket. To make matters worse, even if it is properly aligned, it must be the exact right distance away from the tiny clicker, or it won't work. So the thickness of the glue of adhesive strip (none included) must be exactly the right thickness. Auuuugh!!! I eventually got it sort of right, but not perfect. I order parts from iFixit because I trust iFixit much more than whatever Amazon sells. In this case, I was a bit disappointed. Not only were the adhesive strips missing, but the replacement LCD/digitizer was bare metal on its back and didn't have the black foam covering on the original that looks like it serves as insulation. The three ribbon cables were totally misaligned and I had to carefully pry them loose and put them in the right position. So I can only give a passing grade to both the part, the guide, and quality inspection before shipping. And another piece of advice: iPads are relatively heavy. If they fall, it's not unusual that the metal case is damaged or even bent a bit. Mine was (though it actually had been in a protective case when it fell). I used a Dremel tool to carefully smooth out deformed metal so that the new screen would seat properly. I tried to undo the very slight bend of one corner of the case, but gave up when it looked like I might do more damage than good. As a result, when done, even after letting the adhesive "cure" under pressure overnight, the very slight bend still made the screen pop open a slight gap on one side. I finally managed to make it stick with Superglue (which I usually stay away from because Superglue tends to go where it shouldn't). Was it all worth it? As a learning experience, definitely (and the learning included that using an inexpensive heat gun is a much better and faster thing to have than microwaving the iFixit heating pad numerous times). And the iPad works again (it was a 256GB with broadband, so still useful). But the iFixit experience, for once, wasn't quite what it should have been.">