The battery on the iPad is its most important feature. After all, if your iPad isn’t powered up, it won’t turn on. The iPad battery typically lasts a few years, but it will eventually lose capacity and require more frequent charging.
It’s difficult to replace an iPad battery because Apple builds its products with solid cases that require effort and skill to open. But that doesn’t mean you have to buy a new iPad when your battery dies.
Here Are Four Options For Replacing A Non-Charging iPad Battery:
- If the iPad is still under warranty: If your iPad is still under warranty, or if you purchased an AppleCare extended warranty that is still active, Apple will replace the battery (actually the entire iPad) for free.
- If the iPad is out of warranty: If your iPad’s battery is out of warranty, Apple will repair it for $99 (plus $6.95 shipping and tax). Start a service request on Apple’s website or visit an Apple Store to begin a repair. Even if you have to pay for the battery replacement, $99 is a reasonable price to get an iPad back up and running.
- Repair shops: There are places where you can get your iPad screen and battery repair. These repair shops can even be found in mall kiosks and may charge less than Apple. If you intend to use one of these repair shops, make sure it is authorized by Apple to do so.
- Diy method: With the right tools and skills, you can replace an iPad battery yourself. Only attempt this do-it-yourself option if you are technically savvy and willing to risk damaging your iPad. The tools and parts required to replace the iPad battery will cost between $50 and $90.
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Replacing the battery of an iPad can be a tricky business, but if you follow this guide, you will be able to replace the battery with ease.
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