This is a discussion on Screen crack within the iPad Mini Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Listen everybody, the point is not that apple won't believe whether or not a crack is from accident, abuse or a defect. According to the ...
Listen everybody, the point is not that apple won't believe whether or not a crack is from accident, abuse or a defect. According to the apple "genius" I just spoke to, there is no way to repair a screen. I don't want a free replacement, I want to repair the screen. Can anyone tell me from experience that they have been able to repair a screen. If not, then I won't bother. Is apple really so cynical that they have created a product and the attendant desire to own it, and then made it impossible to repair? The mind boggles.
09-08-2013 01:39 PM
A cracked screen cannot be repaired, it requires the replacement of the screen. Any replacement iPad offered to you comes with full warranty coverage for the remainder of your warranty period or 90 days, whichever period is longer.
Originally Posted by mgpinney
I have seen a website (i think Ifixit or something like that) where one was taken apart. Basically, the Ipad mini is one big lump of glue with electronics inside. Absolutely everything is glued on to each other. I believe the tech guy if he says they can't fix it. Time and effort would cost more than replacing it.
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Apple does not repair screens. They give you a new device at a discounted rate.
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