If you've dropped, kicked or otherwise damaged an iPad, you can rest assured that you're not the only one, and that many of our customers find themselves in the same position.
Most of the time, when you drop an iPad, the front glass screen is most commonly damaged, with the LCD (display screen) usually surviving. On the older iPad models, this means that the broken front screen can be removed and replaced without the display screen being replaced. On the new models, namely from the iPad Air 2 onward, these two screens are one single part, which will then need to be replaced.
Thankfully, either repair type can be performed by one of our technicians in just 2 hours, with a full 12 month warranty.
If you have a damaged iPad, check out our iPad Repairs page to find out more about getting your iPad repaired, or you can complete this short Repair Request form to book a courier to collect your device for repair.