Use this guide to replace a broken screen (a.k.a. display or front panel assembly) on an iPad Pro 10.5”. The screen consists of a glass touch panel or digitizer fused to an LCD display. This entire assembly must be replaced as a single unit.
Note that the fingerprint scanner in the home button is paired to the iPad's logic board. In order to maintain Touch ID functionality after your repair, you must keep the original home button and transfer it onto the new screen as instructed below.
This repair can fix issues like a cracked glass digitizer, a non-responsive touchscreen, or a broken LCD screen.
You’ll need '''replacement adhesive''' to reattach components when reassembling the device.