1. djbookz's Avatar
    Hey guys need some help today, I know this is the iphone section and not ipad, but theres not much action going on in the ipad forums. so i thought i post it in this area.

    Today I'm repairing my first IPad 2 on my own for a huge clientele of mine and I'm worried I might not repair it perfectly. I was wondering if you can give me some tips and insight on how to repair the iPad 2 properly. I'm confident i can repair most of the ipad, but my main concern is getting the IPad glass to sit flush. I saw in some pictures you have clamps to hold it down? do you use a certain type of adhesive? and tips about the cables inside and how to avoid damage. Any Advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
    2012-07-09 05:32 PM
  2. jcat9's Avatar
    See here:

    iPad 2 Wi-Fi Front Panel Replacement - iFixit

    Ifixit has awesome guides, hardly ever steer you wrong. Just don't buy tools from them..EVER. Their prices are insane (Example: A perfectly normal U.S. Quarter for $2.00, just because they can)
    2012-07-09 05:59 PM
  3. Cowboy's Avatar
    Good adhesive it probably the biggest thing in the repair if your don't have that it won't sit flush at all and well keep popping up
    2012-07-10 06:29 AM
  4. iRevival's Avatar
    See here:

    iPad 2 Wi-Fi Front Panel Replacement - iFixit

    Ifixit has awesome guides, hardly ever steer you wrong. Just don't buy tools from them..EVER. Their prices are insane (Example: A perfectly normal U.S. Quarter for $2.00, just because they can)
    Aw man. I really wanted some of their toolkits, if nothing else but for the ease of transport of their base toolkit lol.
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    iPhone 4/4S Frame Swappers:
    Don't forget about that sim tray lever!
    iPhone 5 Frame Swappers:
    Don't forget about those screen clips!
    2012-07-14 01:02 AM
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