A few weeks ago, I took the iPad to the Apple Store for repair.
I expected to get a new screen, and instead, I got a repaired iPad that’s now unusable.
I tried to return it, but it didn’t work.
It’s a little hard to tell from the photos on this site, but the screen is bent, cracked, and it’s all black.
It seems that the screen assembly was bent by the manufacturer.
Apple has not responded to requests for comment.
I’m hoping to return my iPad soon, so I can give it a good repair.
This repair could cost a lot more than I thought, since I’d have to pay for the screen repair.
But, if I can fix it, I can get the iPad back in working order.
Here’s how to fix the iPad’s screen:1.
Turn the iPad off.
This should stop it from being a problem, since it won’t start up.2.
Turn off the power.
Turn it off in the same way that you would any other iPhone or iPad.3.
Plug the power adapter into the outlet.
This will power the iPad.4.
If you’re using a battery, remove it from the iPad and plug it back in.5.
Connect the USB port to your computer.6.
Plug your iPhone or tablet into your computer via USB.
If it’s a USB-C adapter, it’ll plug into the iPhone.7.
You can check that the iPad has a working screen by opening Settings > About This Mac > General > Security.8.
The iPad’s Screen may be black.
If that’s the case, check that you’re not getting a black screen.9.
If the iPad doesn’t show up in Settings, it’s likely that the battery is getting too old.
Plug it in again, plug it in, plug again, and plug again.10.
Check that you have enough battery life to use your iPad and continue using it.11.
When the iPad is ready, click on the “Start Repair” button.12.
Follow the instructions to turn the iPad on and off, and to restart the iPad, as well as to fix all the problems you might have.13.
Check the screen and battery life again.