iPad 5th Generation Screen Repair
iPads unfortunately due to the nature of the repair cannot be repaired on the spot in-store. Cracked screen removal requires heat to remove the screen and all existing adhesives from the frame. iPad 5th Generation screen repairs have an average 48-hour turn around due to our process of ensuring the new glass adheres to the frame.
iBroken is dedicated to 100% customer satisfaction. Our highly trained technicians have spent countless hours fixing screens on iPad 5th Generation 9.7 Inch. This experience ensures that your device gets the best possible care that it deserves. Get your iPad 5th Generation Repaired in Calgary!
*Any additional repairs on the same iPad will be discounted 20%. The discount will apply to the lowest repair. (*Exceptions apply, not applicable on accessories)
**All prices include parts & labour. Prices are subject to change and will be confirmed at the time of intake.
***Dent repairs that impede the screen from sitting and cause technical problems with repairing your device are an additional $10 per corner. Bend repairs to the iPhone or iPad frames will be priced accordingly in person depending on the severity of the bend. Dent and Bend repairs are not cosmetic repairs.
****If an assessment is required to diagnose an unknown issue and the device is required to be opened, a minimum charge of $49.95 for in-store customers will apply.
iBroken is a customer satisfaction driven company. We are just regular people helping regular people. Broken glass? Bad home button? We can fix it. Every single screw goes back to where it came from. The way it should be.
Professional iPhone and iPad Air screen replacement. If you’ve tried to fix your iPad yourself but aren’t able to finish the job, we can help with that too. You break it, we fix it!
iPad 5th Generation Repair Calgary Services
The iPad (officially fifth-generation iPad) is a 9.7-inch tablet computer designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. After its announcement on March 21, 2017, conflicting naming conventions spawned a number of different names, including seventh-generation iPad or iPad 2017. It is more powerful and heavier than the iPad Air 2, its height and screen size is the same as the original iPad Air, and its design is also nearly the same as the first Air tablet.
Unlike the iPad Air 2, this generation of iPad does not have a fully laminated display and lacks an anti-reflective coating. Unlike the iPad Pro, it does not have a Smart Connector and only features a dual-speaker system.
The iPad received mixed reviews. It was significantly praised for performance, with reviewers asserting that the model is noticeably faster than older iPad models, and it also received positive reviews for its price and battery life. It was criticized, however, for lacking a laminated and anti-reflective screen, and lack of support for Apple Pencil and attachable keyboards through the Smart Connector. Its introductory price in the United States was the lowest ever for an iPad, with the media noting that the lower price might be an effort to encourage wider adoption of the tablet in the education sector, as well as for businesses needing inexpensive tablets for undemanding users.