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SELECT THE iPad MODEL YOU NEED A REPLACEMENT SCREEN FOR

iPad 3
3rd Generation
The New iPad

March 2012
iPad AIR 2
2nd Generation

Late 2014
iPad 1
1st Generation

Apr 2010
iPad MINI 4
4rd Generation

Sept 2015
iPad MINI 3
3rd Generation

Late 2014
iPad MINI 2
2nd Generation

Oct 2013

How to find your iPad version

The most reliable way to find out which model of iPad you have is to look at the model number on the back of your iPad.
iPad 4 with Retina display

iPad 4 Wi-Fi: Model A1458
iPad 4 Wi-Fi Cellular: Model A1459
iPad 4 Wi-Fi Cellular: Model A1460


iPad Mini

iPad Mini Wi-Fi CDMA: Model A1455
iPad Mini Wi-Fi GSM: Model A1454
iPad Mini Wi-Fi: Model A1432


iPad 3

iPad 3 LTE: Models A1430 & A1403
iPad 3 Wi-Fi: Model A1416


iPad 2

iPad 2 Wi-Fi CDMA: Model A1397
iPad 2 Wi-Fi GSM: Model A1396
iPad 2 Wi-Fi: Model A1395


iPad 1 (First Generation)

iPad Wi-Fi: Model A1219
iPad Wi-Fi 3G: Model A1337


iPad Screen Explained

"iPad Screen Explained" - a must read article for every broken-screen-iPad owner.

All iPad LCD screens and glass digitizers sold at LaptopScreen.com are replacement-ready modules pre-assembled at the factory.

Please note that Glass Digitizer and LCD screen do not come as one piece, thus you will need to buy them separately.

Please have a look at the diagram below, which depicts typical elements of every iPad screen model to date (January 2013). Two major distinct components are the front assembly and the LCD screen itself.

iPad's front assembly
The front assembly consists of a transparent top layer glass digitizer (1), which is basically printed onto the glass pane. The information about users' touch input is transmitted to the logic board via the iPad's digitizer connector (5).
The LCD screen is connected to the iPad's case itself via mounting tabs (4).
Some other important components of the front assembly are the ambient light sensor window (2), front-facing video camera window (3) and the home button cut out (6).

iPad's LCD screen
The LCD screen (9) used in iPads is based on the same technology found on laptops - Liquid Crystal Display, and the backlight is provided by a series of LEDs - Light Emitting Diodes (7). The screen is connected to the logic board via its own connector (8).


1 - Transparent top layer glass digitizer. The glass digitizer is a pane of glass with semi-transparent conducting elements arranged in a grid, with an attached controller. The controller interprets the position of the finger on the grid via variance in capacity, which occurs when the finger is on the touch screen - and that is why iPad touch screens are referred to as capacitive. One more neat thing to note about capacitive touch screen technology (as opposed to resistive) is that it allows for interpretation of multiple touches at the same time - which is why it is also called multi-touch.
2 - Ambient light sensor window. Ambient light sensor is responsible for auto-brightness, proximity detection.
3 - Front-facing camera window.
4 - LCD mounting tabs (2 of 4).
5 - Digitizer connector to the main board (logic board).
6 - Home button cut out.
7 - LEDs for back-light (3 of 18).
8 - LCD connector to the main board.
9 - LCD panel (screen itself).