iPad and Tablet Repair Services Carlisle Cumbria
Cumbria Tech Repair are a iPad repair service based in Carlisle Cumbria. Find out below the most common questions:
- How do I get my iPad repaired?
- How much will this cost?
- How long will this repair take?
We fix all generations of your iPad and now with one year warranty.
Before we answer your queries the first thing we need to find out is does your Apple tablet need a repair in the first place? Some of the tablets that have been brought to us in the past have only needed a couple of buttons pressed to get them going again. It would be useful to call our helpful friendly support line to go through a few simple diagnostics to find this out.
So we have gone through your diagnostics and found your iPad does need a repair. The usual, most common repair we carry out are to them iPads that have been dropped, which have smashed glass. There are a range of standard sized 9.7" iPad 2nd 3rd 4th generation, Air and Air 2 and the latest iPad Pro models.
Pre iPad Air 2: Apple designed these without bonding the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) so the LCD is the display unit on your iPad to the touch glass. The LCD is the most expensive component of your screen. So you will see a replacement screen repair cost reflected in the prices on our price list which is located on the menu. The models preceeding the Air 2 all we need to do is replace the touch glass only not the actual separate LCD unless your LCD has been damaged and you will see either black blotches or stripy coloured lines if this is the case. We would quote you seperately for this.
Because every repair is slightly different, we are unable to provide exact prices online, so why not get in touch for more information.
Our pricing is competitive, and we use quality parts and give warranties with our repairs. If you would like to go ahead and book your repair with us, we have an online booking service and we offer customers a 10% discount on these prices: you can do this by visiting our Online Booking Page.
We can only answer this on a case by case basis as every repair we carry out is different from the one before. Smashed glass is the most common. The way we carry out this repair is by removing the screen and as there are no screws involved in the holding of the screen to its back panel. We need to loosen the adhesive that is used to do this. When we are reapplying the screen we need to ensure the adhesive bonds the screen and we do like to let the screens bonding agents be left for a 24 hour period. We dont want you coming back to us as your screen is coming away and coming loose.