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  1. ipfuser55

    ipfuser55 iPad Junkie

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    Well, I now have the opening tools which I WAS going to use to have peek inside my Ipad1. I have never been the least bit sentimental about kit. Ever!

    I just can't do it. Excuses range from "I can use my old one when the new one is charging" "It's immaculate, why risk it"? Etc Etc...

    Maybe one day, but for now I'm going to leave it in one piece :)
     
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    Tim SPRACKLEN iPad Legend

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    ipfuser55 iPad Junkie

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    Brilliant! Thanks Tim, now I can look without hurting my Ipad 1's feelings:)

    Jeff
     
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    iPad 2 is cool iPad Addict

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    There are dome good videos on YouTube on this topic. I too was curious and now I know.

    Sent from my iPad 2 using iPF
     
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    ipad2forfree iPF Novice

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    hey i personally wouldnt take it apart, im brilliant at taking things apart, just fail at putting them back to gether again!!
     
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    Lol

    Yep, it's the putting together bit that is quite important :) Have a look at the links Tim posted above.....Great images and you get to see inside without having to dismantle it!

    Jeff
     

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