iPad 4th Gen Parts
iPad 4 Lightning Connector
Fix problems with data transfer and charging by replacing a dirty, corroded, or damaged lightning connector. This part is compatible with an iPad 4.
iPad 4 Home Button Control Board and Cable
Replace a damaged or torn cable connecting the internal home button switch to the logic board. This part is compatible with an iPad 2, 3, or 4. This part does not include...
iPad 3 and 4 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Antenna
Fix unreliable connectivity to Wi-Fi and bluetooth devices by replacing a damaged or missing Wi-Fi and bluetooth antenna. This part is compatible with a 3rd or 4th genera...
iPad 4 Front Camera
Replace a malfunctioning front-facing 1.2 MP camera. This part is compatible with an iPad 4.
iPad 4 Home FPC Connector (J5950)
Replace the home button cable connector on the logic board of a 4th generation iPad. This part requires microsoldering.
iPad 2/3/4 Test Cable for Digitizer
This test cable simplifies connecting and testing Digitizers for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation iPads.
Board Component Bundle
This collection of iPhone and iPad components is perfect for anyone learning microsoldering and board level repair.
iPad 4 LTE/CDMA Logic Board
Replace a corroded, damaged, or malfunctioning logic board. This part is compatible with an iPad 4 LTE/CDMA.
iPad 2/3/4 Home Button with Spring
Replace a scratched external home button face with the attached home button spring. The internal home button switch is not included.
iPad 2/3/4 Volume Button
This is the external volume button switch. It does not include the internal switch.
As the fourth device in the iPad line, the iPad 4 includes an upgraded charging port—now called the Lightning port—that replaces the Dock Connector port of earlier iPads. Internally, the improvements to the 4th Gen iPad include a 1.2 megapixel FaceTime HD front-mounted camera, a faster processor, and support for dual band/dual stream Wi-Fi. The fourth generation iPad device has a 9.7” touchscreen display with 2048x1536 pixel color IPS LCD and 264 ppi.This iPad model was offered in 16, 32, or 64 GB capacities with color options of white or black.
Following the announcement of the iPad Air on October 22, 2013, sales of the fourth-generation iPad were discontinued. The fourth-generation iPad was reintroduced on March 18, 2014, following the discontinuation of the iPad 2. In order to make its reintroduction a low-end device to the iPad Air, its price was cut by 20% over its original launch price. On October 16, 2014, the fourth-generation iPad was discontinued in favor of the iPad Air 2; the iPad Air took its place as the entry-level iPad at that time.
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