The iPad is a sophisticated device. That is a fact that no one can dispute. Growing organically from the iPod and iPhone, the iPad has become the number one electronic device for many households around the world.

A common misconception is that they can't be broken, however sturdy they feel, it just takes a hard drop and the screen can break. What are you going to do now?  Well, you could take it to the Apple store where an iPad repair service can be provided, but it can be expensive, their services have been known to cost over $ 250 in the US. If you are looking for an iPad repair in Sydney, you may visit iExperts.

I'm going to focus on the iPad 2 as it is by far the most complicated and if you can replace the screen on this device, you won't have a problem with the others.

First of all, start in the lower right corner and use a hairdryer to heat the broken iPad screen, take a paint scraper and start removing the screen. The dryer will melt the glue inside, but be careful not to overheat the screen as this could damage the LCD screen underneath.

The Wi-Fi cable will stick to the inside of the screen next to the home button, you will need to disconnect it by slowly lifting the touch screen from the case. As you move the paint scraper around the device while continuing to use the hairdryer, you will reach the volume flex cable at the top right of the screen.

 Be very careful not to damage this cable. Then you need to separate the modules for 3G and Bluetooth that are glued to the touch screen on each side of the camera. I hope you stick with me, I should have warned you at first that this was not for the faint-hearted, although we are almost there!