Replacing your iPad screen
Jul 29, 2013 11:52 AM
If you crack your iPad screen and are out of warranty, it's going to cost you a bundle to get it fixed. Or, you could try it yourself. The intrepid Macworld Lab attempted to repair an iPad 2, and here's how it went.
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