Hitting store shelves on March 11, 2011, the iPad 2 brought with it a slew of new features that gave it a leg up over its predecessor, the original iPad, including a lighter build, better processor, and both front and rear-facing cameras. With the introduction of FaceTime video calling in iOS 4, the iPad 2’s new front-facing camera allowed it to function as a lean, mean FaceTiming machine.

On top of the above-listed features, the iPad 2 also touted a 10-hour battery life (which may not sound like much by today’s standards), a shiny, new, white color option, and a faster dual-core processor, which delivers twice as much power as the original iPad’s.

Despite the iPad existing as a true technological marvel, everyone can prove a bit careless sometimes. Maybe you were walking down the stairs one day and it slipped out of your hands, or maybe you knocked over a glass and it took a bath in some juice. Or maybe, just maybe, something stopped working all on its own—at no fault of yours.




Color options: Black, White

Resolution: 1024 x 768

Storage capabilities: 16/32/64GB

CPU: Apple A5 with 32-bit architecture

Size: 241 x 186 x 8.8 mm

RAM: 512MB

Weight: 1.33 lb. (Wi-Fi model), 1.35 lb. (Wi-Fi + 3G model)

Front camera: 0.7MP

Display: 9.7 inches

Rear camera: 0.7MP


Here's What We Can Fix


Cracked Screen

There’s nothing worse than having a tablet with a big, 9.7-inch display, and then having a gigantic crack running through it. If your iPad 2’s screen has seen better days, let us know and we’ll send someone your way to fix it.

Charging Port

Your iPad’s going to have a fair bit of difficulty powering on if it has no charge. Check and see if any dirt or lint is blocking a connection between your charger and port, or if your wire itself is faulty. No luck? You might need to get it fixed.


A FaceTime call isn’t any good if the other end can’t hear what you have to say. A non-working mic can be the result of a stubborn piece of lint or dirt stuck inside, but often, it just needs to be repaired. Let us get it working again.

Headphone Jack

Listening to music or watching videos on your iPad isn’t very enjoyable when there’s a thick layer of static over the sound coming through your headphones. Let us take and look and give your headphone jack a good fixing.

Home Button

Accessing your apps can prove pretty hard if you have a home button that isn’t functional. If you’re having trouble pressing your home button, dirt or grime may be causing stickiness. If you’ve checked and that isn’t the issue, you likely need a repair.

Side Button

Without the use of your side buttons, you can’t easily adjust the volume on your iPad. If any of yours are on the fritz, contact us. We’ll send a repair specialist wherever, whenever you want to patch it up.


Front/Rear Camera

Are photos on your front or rear camera coming out blurry? Is your Camera app outright refusing to open? A hardware issue may be to blame. Let us handle your iPad’s camera repair.

Power Button

Having trouble pressing your power button can be due to a number of reasons—dirt and grime beneath it being one of them. If a DIY clean-up doesn’t fix the issue, let us know and we’ll repair your power button.

Loud Speaker

Is sound coming from your iPad’s loud speaker coated in a blanket of static or weird, crackling noises? There may be dirt or lint stuck inside it, or you may be in need of a repair. We can handle that.