My daughter dropped my ipad the other day and smashed the screen. You can imagine how amused I was at this!
Anyway, it's an ipad pro 2017 model. 256gb and because of a grant I had at the time, it cost me £384.
I've been quoted £325 to fix the screen by a place that specialises in broken Apple products which I guess is a fair price but to me, quite expensive seeing as the only thing I really use it for is watching YouTube and scrolling eBay. (Now I think about it, I didn't really use it much at all. The kids used it mainly)
So I'm tempted to try and replace the screen myself. Has anyone here ever done such a thing? I imagine it's hard but not impossible and probably worth it to get it back up and running.
Alternatively, I can get an iPad Air on Amazon for £539. It's 'only' 64gb but on my current iPad, I've only used 55gb and that's with a load of films on that the kids watched travelling to holiday. So should I replace it? Would it even be worth me getting an even cheaper tablet type thing just to watch YouTube on? I know, I know.. I'm thinking out loud here.
So yeah, main question is... Has anyone here replaced an ipad screen and was it easy?