iPad Repairs in Lilleshall

iPad Screen Repairs for customers in Lilleshall are still being carried out during the Coronavirus lockdown.

If you can't make it to a SimplyFixIt repair centre, don't worry. We can still fix your iPad. We fix hundreds of iPads for people all over the UK, including from Lilleshall.

People choose to post their iPad to us because our Apple Certified Technicians offer the highest standards of repairs, which typically can't be matched by a local independent computer store.

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We aim to have the iPad back with you within 48 hours of us receiving it. However, at SimplyFixIt, we believe that doing things right is better than doing things quickly, so there may be some cases where we need just a bit longer to get your iPad ready. Don't worry though, as soon as the iPad repair is completed, we'll be in touch to let you know, and then we can arrange express delivery back to Lilleshall.

SimplyFixIt customers near Lilleshall

We Fix MacBooks, iPads, iPhones and Windows laptops for people from all over the country, including near Lilleshall. Chances are that you live close to one of our customers already. Here is a map of the people that we have helped recently, who live near Lilleshall They have posted us their device. We have fixed it, and returned it by overnight insured courier.

Please note that for data protection reasons, we have applied a "fuzziness" to the location markers so they don't show the exact location of our customers. The markers fall in a slightly different location each time, but the general area is correct.

Send your device to us via Royal Mail Special Delivery, which should provide you with adequate insurance. We will fix it and return it to you without any fuss.



iPad Air 3.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Air 3?

Apple charge £376.44 to fix an iPad Air 3 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £249, so you can save £127.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


With some iPads, like the iPad Air 3, Apple changed the way that the screens are put together. In order to remove the air gap between the LCD and the digitiser, Apple now "laminate" the LCD, which basically means that the glass is sealed to the LCD. This has the effect that the iPad can be much slimmer, and if you use a stylus (Apple Pencil) with your iPad, the images will draw directly under the tip of the pencil.

It also reduces glare and reflections, so you get richer colours and better contrast. To be honest, it's a much better screen than the previous iPads. But if the glass breaks, it is not possible to remove it as a single component. The cover glass, touch sensor and the LCD are bonded together and need to be replaced as a set.

2 ipads, side by side, on a bright summer's day. The one on the left has a laminated screen and has a lot less glare than the previous type of iPad screen.

The laminated screens have much less glare than the older screens

a screen showing the different layers of a laminated iPad Air 3 screen

iPad Pro 10.5-inch.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Pro 10.5-inch?

Apple charge £446.44 to fix an iPad Pro 10.5-inch screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £299, so you can save £147.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


With some iPads, like the iPad Pro 10.5-inch, Apple changed the way that the screens are put together. In order to remove the air gap between the LCD and the digitiser, Apple now "laminate" the LCD, which basically means that the glass is sealed to the LCD. This has the effect that the iPad can be much slimmer, and if you use a stylus (Apple Pencil) with your iPad, the images will draw directly under the tip of the pencil.

It also reduces glare and reflections, so you get richer colours and better contrast. To be honest, it's a much better screen than the previous iPads. But if the glass breaks, it is not possible to remove it as a single component. The cover glass, touch sensor and the LCD are bonded together and need to be replaced as a set.

2 ipads, side by side, on a bright summer's day. The one on the left has a laminated screen and has a lot less glare than the previous type of iPad screen.

The laminated screens have much less glare than the older screens

a screen showing the different layers of a laminated iPad Pro 10.5-inch screen

iPad Pro 9.7-inch.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Pro 9.7-inch?

Apple charge £376.44 to fix an iPad Pro 9.7-inch screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £229, so you can save £147.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


With some iPads, like the iPad Pro 9.7-inch, Apple changed the way that the screens are put together. In order to remove the air gap between the LCD and the digitiser, Apple now "laminate" the LCD, which basically means that the glass is sealed to the LCD. This has the effect that the iPad can be much slimmer, and if you use a stylus (Apple Pencil) with your iPad, the images will draw directly under the tip of the pencil.

It also reduces glare and reflections, so you get richer colours and better contrast. To be honest, it's a much better screen than the previous iPads. But if the glass breaks, it is not possible to remove it as a single component. The cover glass, touch sensor and the LCD are bonded together and need to be replaced as a set.

2 ipads, side by side, on a bright summer's day. The one on the left has a laminated screen and has a lot less glare than the previous type of iPad screen.

The laminated screens have much less glare than the older screens

a screen showing the different layers of a laminated iPad Pro 9.7-inch screen

iPad 2018.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad 2018?

Apple charge £256.44 to fix an iPad 2018 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £99, so you can save £157.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad 2018. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad 2018 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad 2018 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad 2018 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad 2018 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad 2017.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad 2017?

Apple charge £256.44 to fix an iPad 2017 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £99, so you can save £157.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad 2017. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad 2017 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad 2017 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad 2017 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad 2017 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad Mini 4.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Mini 4?

Apple charge £306.44 to fix an iPad Mini 4 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £179, so you can save £127.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


With some iPads, like the iPad Mini 4, Apple changed the way that the screens are put together. In order to remove the air gap between the LCD and the digitiser, Apple now "laminate" the LCD, which basically means that the glass is sealed to the LCD. This has the effect that the iPad can be much slimmer, and if you use a stylus (Apple Pencil) with your iPad, the images will draw directly under the tip of the pencil.

It also reduces glare and reflections, so you get richer colours and better contrast. To be honest, it's a much better screen than the previous iPads. But if the glass breaks, it is not possible to remove it as a single component. The cover glass, touch sensor and the LCD are bonded together and need to be replaced as a set.

2 ipads, side by side, on a bright summer's day. The one on the left has a laminated screen and has a lot less glare than the previous type of iPad screen.

The laminated screens have much less glare than the older screens

a screen showing the different layers of a laminated iPad Mini 4 screen

iPad Mini 3.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Mini 3?

Apple charge £306.44 to fix an iPad Mini 3 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £99, so you can save £207.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad Mini 3. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad Mini 3 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad Mini 3 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad Mini 3 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad Mini 3 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad Mini 2.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Mini 2?

Apple charge £206.44 to fix an iPad Mini 2 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £99, so you can save £107.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad Mini 2. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad Mini 2 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad Mini 2 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad Mini 2 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad Mini 2 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad Mini.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Mini?

Apple charge £206.44 to fix an iPad Mini screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £99, so you can save £107.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad Mini. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad Mini doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad Mini Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad Mini is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad Mini LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad Air 2.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Air 2?

Apple charge £306.44 to fix an iPad Air 2 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £199, so you can save £107.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


With some iPads, like the iPad Air 2, Apple changed the way that the screens are put together. In order to remove the air gap between the LCD and the digitiser, Apple now "laminate" the LCD, which basically means that the glass is sealed to the LCD. This has the effect that the iPad can be much slimmer, and if you use a stylus (Apple Pencil) with your iPad, the images will draw directly under the tip of the pencil.

It also reduces glare and reflections, so you get richer colours and better contrast. To be honest, it's a much better screen than the previous iPads. But if the glass breaks, it is not possible to remove it as a single component. The cover glass, touch sensor and the LCD are bonded together and need to be replaced as a set.

2 ipads, side by side, on a bright summer's day. The one on the left has a laminated screen and has a lot less glare than the previous type of iPad screen.

The laminated screens have much less glare than the older screens

a screen showing the different layers of a laminated iPad Air 2 screen

iPad Air.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad Air?

Apple charge £256.44 to fix an iPad Air screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £99, so you can save £157.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad Air. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad Air doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad Air Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad Air is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad Air LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad 4.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad 4?

Apple charge £306.44 to fix an iPad 4 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £89, so you can save £217.44 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad 4. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad 4 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad 4 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad 4 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad 4 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad 3.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad 3?

Apple charge £ to fix an iPad 3 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £89, so you can save £-89 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad 3. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad 3 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad 3 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad 3 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad 3 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

iPad 2.

How much?

How much does it cost to fix the screen of an iPad 2?

Apple charge £ to fix an iPad 2 screen in the UK, according to their website. SimplyFixIt charge £89, so you can save £-89 and be confident because you're using a Which? Trusted Trader.


2 Screens?

There are actually 2 screens on your iPad 2. The lower screen controls the images that appear, while the top screen is the glass front. This top screen also controls the "touch" capabilities. If your iPad 2 doesn't recognise your finger swiping, then it could be that your top screen has become faulty or broken. The lower screen is called the LCD, while the top screen is called the digitiser.

iPad Digitiser Repair

Cracked iPad glass? Did it fall and get cracks that look like a spider web? The graphics look fine, just the top glass is shattered? Maybe the screen is not responding to your touch? The top glass screen of the iPad is sometimes called the digitiser (or digitizer for our American friends). This screen controls the touch capability of the iPad and protects the lower screen, which shows the graphics. It's possible for the top digitiser screen to be smashed and the graphics to look fine underneath. We will remove the smashed screen and replace it with a new screen so it looks as good as new.

The digitiser is a very important part of your iPad. If the digitiser cracks or breaks, the functionality of the iPad is affected and it is difficult to use the iPad.

Broken iPad 2 Digitiser Symptoms:

  • iPad glass cracked
  • Digitiser not responding to your finger swipes
  • Top glass smashed or shattered
  • The on-screen keyboard does not work
  • Glass is scratched

*Please note that if the back case of your iPad is bent, even slightly, there may be a chance that the new screen may not fit flush in the iPad. In some cases, the aluminium back case can be re-formed to fit the glass. We normally do that at no extra charge, but it will never be completely smooth as the original pre-smash condition. In very rare cases the back case may need to be replaced as well. Our technicians will notify you if this is the case, because it will add some cost to the repair.

iPad LCD Repair

The LCD screen on the iPad 2 is the lower screen. It displays the graphics. It's generally a very reliable part, but can break from a fall, or from liquid getting into your iPad. If you see coloured lines, grey lines, white spots, dead pixels on the screen or if the display is completely white, flickering or bleeding then it has to be replaced. The lower LCD screen on your iPad is normally protected from knocks by the top glass screen, but even still it can break. Sometimes it starts with graphics corruption, which gradually gets worse. Sometimes it is a totally white screen.

Broken iPad 2 LCD (Lower Screen) Symptoms:

  • Display screen cracked or broken
  • LCD "bleeding" or "black ink stain"
  • Display blank or very dark
  • LCD flickering
  • vertical lines visible on your screen
  • Dead pixels on display
  • Graphics corruption, e.g. red marks appearing randomly

Where to send your iPad

SimplyFixIt,
78 Bruntsfield Place,
Edinburgh,
EH10 4HG.
United Kingdom

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If you have an iPad that has a screen that is cracked, has a distorted image, no image, or otherwise broken, SimplyFixIt can help. If it has a battery issue, maybe it's not charging properly? Maybe the battery drains too quickly or the iPad shuts down when it reaches 30% battery? We can fix that too. We know that your iPad is important to you, so repairs are carried out and returned back to Lilleshall as quickly as possible

Click to print out a repair authorisation form. Please complete it and put your iPad and the form in the post to us. We really recommend using a service like Royal Mail Special Delivery, so that the delivery is tracked and you have compensation cover for up to £500. As soon as your iPad arrives at SimplyFixIt, we will be in touch to let you know.

Quality of components.

Not all iPad components are created equally. When we first started iPad repairs, Apple would make genuine parts available for companies like ours to carry out repairs. But as they have moved more towards pushing people towards replacing damaged devices, rather than repairing them, they have restricted the availability of some genuine Apple parts. Due to our history of our iPad repair service we have been able to build relationships with the people who make the screens and we are able to fit high quality components in all of our repairs. Put simply, we don't use cheap screens that we've bought from eBay and we didn't learn our craft from watching YouTube videos.

Our Guarantee

SimplyFixIt uses Apple Certified Technicians to carry out repairs on Apple devices, including the iPad. There isn't anyone else in Lilleshall who uses technicians who have been certified by Apple. We back that up with a 3-month warranty on all iPad repairs. For most models, we also offer a MobileShield™ warranty whereby, if your iPad screen breaks in the next 12-months, we'll fix it for free. No questions asked.

More about Lilleshall

Lilleshall is a village and civil parish in the county of Shropshire, England.

It lies between the towns of Telford and Newport, on the A518, in the Telford and Wrekin borough and the Wrekin constituency. There is one school in the centre of the village.

The village dates back to Anglo-Saxon times, the parish church being founded by St Chad. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The Norman parish church of St Michael and All Angels is a grade I listed building. A civil parish was formed in 1 April 2015 from Lilleshall, Donnington and Muxton, though a previous parish also called "Lilleshall" existed.

There is a monument, a cricket club, a tennis club, a church and a primary school clustered around a bracken-covered hill named Lilleshall Hill.

Lilleshall Abbey, some distance to the east of the village, was an Augustinian house, founded in the twelfth century, the ruins of which are protected by English Heritage. After the dissolution of the monasteries the estate was bought by the Wolverhampton wool merchant James Leveson. His family held the site for four generations and, after two owners died without issue, it passed into the hands of the related Leveson-Gower family in the late 17th century.

Lilleshall is surrounded by farmland. The village and surrounds were the site of considerable early industrial development from as early as the 16th century, when Walter Leveson (1551-1602) established a bloomery. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries relatively shallow deposits of coal and limestone were mined, with resultant subsidence. The history of the mining of limestone is reflected in the naming of a road called 'Limekiln Lane' in Lilleshall. The former limestone mines are tucked away in treeland at the Newport end of the village, locally known as "the Slang", which is effectively several pits now filled with water, popular with local fishermen and unpopular with local parents of young children - the water is deep and the former minepits area quite dark, abandoned and dangerous.

At a similar time to the mining of limestone an early example of the English canal network was dug, the Donnington Wood Canal and its Lilleshall branch which were connected by an inclined plane, reflected in the naming of a road named The Incline in Lilleshall.

The Leveson-Gower Dukes of Sutherland became one of the richest families in the United Kingdom partly as a result of this industrial development and in the late nineteenth century built a new residence, Lilleshall Hall which lies at the heart of the estate a mile from the village. The Sutherland estate was sold off between 1915 and 1917 and the hall eventually passed into state ownership as a sporting facility. It is now the Lilleshall Hall National Sports Centre, once the site of the Football Association youth academy, and now the home of British gymnastics and archery. Lilleshall Hall Golf Club is also in the grounds of Lilleshall Hall.


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