I've been working with a repair for an iPad 4 for a few days. It's not my first iPad or Apple repair for that matter. I did however learn something new after the new touchscreen digitizer was unresponsive. After examining the old screen I noticed the small outlining of foam with makes a rectangle around the inside of the screen. I have noticed it before but never needed to investigate because my previous repairs worked. The foam was torn, higher in places, and completely gone from others. I deceided to cut 1mm strips (enough to go around the display) but not before dividing a 2mm rectangle to make it thinner, like cutting a slice of bread to make 2 thin slices. After appling this to the outside of the digitizer contact with double sided red tape the iPad worked like a charm.
If all else fails, you might want to try this. I have already cut all the gray foam that comes with the parts I have ordered in the past, just to ready for the next iPad. Maybe this will solve someone's issues with unresponsive touchscreens like it did mine.
Hi I have apple ipad mini 2, Last few months ago i drop the ipad accidentally so the outer glass has been cracked but it works fine. This morning the screen keeps flickering but the buttons still responding. But it keeps ache on my eye since it's like the screen has its double that keep up and down continuously. Does the lcd has been damage? Do i need to replace it?
if i dont have any LCD installed or glass how do i know it works before i go buying a new LCD screen because mine was oozing colors and rainbows so i thew it away so before i buy a neW $200 SCREEN how do i know the ipad works so i just dont waste my money
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