iPad 1, 2, 3 and 4 Repair
Generation 1 through Generation 4 of the iPad are all nearly identical on the outside, despite their obvious internal differences. As such, prices and labor are the same across the board!
Hand over your shattered iPad 1, iPad 2, iPad 3, or iPad 4 and come back in a couple days, and it’ll be good as new. We can even pretend it never happened. Typically, we’ll charge $99 for an iPad (Gen. 1-4) screen repair.
Frankly, we don’t need to know how it happened. What matters is that we can repair it, although we’ll need to give you a timing estimate once we’ve had a chance to assess your damaged iPad 1, iPad 2, iPad 3, or iPad 4. This usually costs around $120.
Your iPad has a certain number of charge “cycles” before it’s ready to throw in the towel. We can upgrade your battery so that its as good as — or better than — new. This usually costs around $150.
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I was very impressed not only by the speed and efficiency, but the price as well. Between the friendly and professional staff, the convenient location, getting back to work on time, and the price, I would highly recommend Denver Mac Repair for iPhone repair.
- Matthew G.
Sean and his team at the Denver location were SO helpful and informative, they were my choice and I am SO happy I chose them. First class customer service from dropping off to finishing the job FASTER than they initially predicted. Great place!!
- Don P.
I did not have time do the work myself due to a business trip but these guys are amazing. They are true MacHeads, down to earth, friendly and very reasonable on the pricing. I would trust them over and over again instead of GeekSquad (which by the way broke my Windows based PC) Thank you very much Denver Mac Repair. You have created a loyal customer out of me!
- Marcos Duran
Fabulous customer service here unlike the other unmentionable "outlets", My money is spent at Denver Mac Repair, I'll be a loyal customer for life!
- Mark Veldhuizen
Fast, thorough, professional, and accurate with their estimates. It's nice when something goes ten times more smoothly than anticipated — and rare these days.
- Jan Rutherford