Can you replace the battery in the iPad


The battery on the iPad is a built-in lithium-polymer battery Apple has even gone as far to offer a replacement program for when the battery on the iPad fails. Since the battery is built in to the device, a replacement can not be sold.

Can you replace the batter in an iPad 2

For the most part replacing a battery in the IPad 2 is done by apple support, but if you find yourself tech-savy and are willing to void the warranty repairing the device yourself, than you can watch this video: . Its a tutorial for what you can expect.

How long is the iPad 3 battery life

The iPad 3's battery life has not been officially announced, but it is rumored to be able to run about 30% longer then its predecessor, which had its battery last for around 10 hours, so the iPad 3 could last for as long as 13 hours. on!

What is the easiest way to drain battery life on an iPhone 4

Battery life can be greatly impacted by simple settings. Volume, lighting on the display and apps running in the background. There are countless iPhone’s that have been mailed in for battery replacement and upon reviewing the brightness setting it’s at 100%.

8 Responses to “Can you replace the battery in the iPad”

What does the iPad replace?It is a unique new kind of device.

By bbjoe August 7th, 2012 at 15:24:21

To replace a car battery, you need to remove your old one first. Place the new battery in the battery tray, and strap it down. Connect the positive cable to the “+” side and the negative to the “-” side.

By brihan August 7th, 2012 at 18:33:58

To replace a watch battery, you must remove the back of the watch. Usually, you can twist off the metal plate, or you may need a tiny screwdriver to get the tiny screws out. Find out what kind of battery you will need, and replace with the …” class=”tdn title” >

By Mahtab99 August 7th, 2012 at 20:44:49

Per Walt Mossberg: The battery isn’t designed to be replaceable by the user. Apple will replace your iPad with one containing a fresh battery for $107, including shipping. The process takes up to a week. Most important, you will lose all yo… By MaemoMeeGo August 7th, 2012 at 23:45:43


Do you think the iPad will replace the Kindle?

By Jenkins August 8th, 2012 at 02:11:22

Would a iPad suit my needs? I’m a soon-to-be college freshman. I use a computer several hours a day, mostly for homework and internet browsing. I do a lot of typing on the computer with word processing programs (Microsoft Word), mostly for essays and a novel I’m writing. My laptop is currently dying a slow and painful death, and I’m considering replacing it with an iPad or similar tablet device. I’m attracted to an iPad’s portability.
Does in i-pad have typing/ word-processing capabilities?
I can get used to a funny key-pad on an iPad screen (my current laptop has a keyboard about half the normal size), but is it possible to connect an iPad to an external keyboard?
Can you store files on an i-pad without having to connect it to the internet?
Can you print from an iPad?
Can you connect a iPad up to a home computer network with the other computers in the house?
How much battery does an iPad have? and is it possible to have the battery replaced if the battery breaks, without having to pay an exorbitant fee to a maintenance guy?
What I really want to know, is it a good idea to replace my notebook laptop with an iPad, or should I just get another notebook?

By JenniferK August 8th, 2012 at 04:01:37

can you have a battery replacement for your pacemaker one week after an endoscopy?

By rgbivens August 8th, 2012 at 06:08:23

metro do your advertisers know a large number of iPad users don’t read your paper cos your iPad app is utter dogshit?

By larryd August 8th, 2012 at 09:20:38

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