Is iPad 6 9.7″ A1893 screen compatible with iPad Air 1st Gen or iPad 5th Gen screens? The answer is no.

iPad 6 (9.7″ A1893 model) was released in 2018. The digitizer touch screen and LCD screen are not compatible with any previous iPad models including iPad 5 which was released in 2017 or iPad Air 1st Generation which was released in 2013.

Apple has never failed to cause major confusion when it comes to naming their iPad product line. For example, iPad 2 which is also known as iPad 2nd Generation is constantly mistaken with iPad Air 2. iPad Air 1st Generation is which is also known as iPad 5th Generation is always confused with iPad 5 that was released in 2017 and now iPad 6 which was released in 2018 is being confused with iPad Air 2nd Generation. 

On their website they just refer to iPad 6 as iPad or iPad 9.7″. The issue here is that many other iPad models are also have a 9.7″ display so how is this suppose to help anyone if they are trying to figure out what iPad model they have and what accessories or part will be compatible with this model? 

Why iPad 6 touchscreen glass is not compatible with older iPad 5 or iPad Air 1st Generation?  

The main reason is the position of the two connection on the logic-board.

These are the shape of connections for iPad 5 which will also work with iPad Air 1st Generation:

 

These are the shape of digitizer connections for iPad 6. As you can see, one of the connectors on iPad 5 is in L shape. But both connections on iPad 6 are straight. 

 

Why the LCD screen on iPad 6 is not compatible with iPad 5 or iPad Air 1st Generation? 

iPad 6 LCD screen looks exactly like iPad 5 or iPad Air 1st Generation screen, however, the technology used to manufacture this screen is not compatible with the older iPads and it will not work if you install it.

 

 

 

How to Provide iPad Repair For Schools

How to provide iPad repair for schools and deal with unforeseen issues.

iPad repair business for schools can be a lucrative business. However, there can be many challenges along the way that and that can be a pitfall for many iPad repair business that are interested in providing repair service to schools.

Providing iPad Repair For Schools

There are many schools in the United States that are starting to purchase iPads as a part of their educational tools for their students. There are also many schools that already have iPads in their facilities and are being used by students.

One of the biggest challenges for these schools is knowing how to repair the iPads that have been damaged by their students or their staff.

However, many of these educational organization do not have the process or the know how on how to maintain and repair the iPads they have.

What You Need to Know About YouTube iPad and iPhone Repair Videos

YouTube iPad Repair Videos Can Cost You and Create More Problems.

Every day thousands of people break their iPad and iPhone screens and then ponder how to get it fixed. Many turn to YouTube videos for the DIY (Do it Yourself) option. There hundreds of videos on YouTube that show how to remove and replace your broken and cracked iPad or iPhone screen. Most of these videos are usually made by experienced technicians that have repaired hundreds or thousands of iPads and iPhones in their lifetime.

Here Are Some of The Things They Don’t Tell You on DIY iPad Repair Videos on YouTube:

  • Most videos will not tell you the location of all the sensitive areas where you can easily damage the internal parts of your iPhone and iPad.
  • Many provide some insight on what tools to use to repair your Apple device but in most cases these tools (the good ones) are not shown or are hard to find

In most cases if the person fixing the iPad is experienced, they will be using the right tools which are not the type of tools you will be having in your house. Another problem is the abundant of cheap and low quality iPad replacements parts in the market. The novice user will not know the difference between a high quality and low quality aftermarket parts.

 

 

Facts About Repairing Your iPhone Screen

Please be aware, not all iPhone repair shops repair and replace your iPhone screen the correct way.

Here are some very important information that you need to know before having your iPhone screen repaired by a repair shop. This information can save you money and headaches in near future.

May iPhone repair services use a technique called (screen flipping) which is a very low quality and poor way of repairing your expensive iPhone. Here is how they do it.

Your iPhone display is compromised of two separate parts. First part is the outer glass that you can physically touch by your fingers. The second part is the LCD screen that is located underneath the glass. These two parts are fused together during the manufacturing of your iPhone in the factory.

In many cases, these shops remove a damaged iPhone display from an iPhone that they repaired before yours, and use a machine to ONLY remove the outer glass. Then they glue a low quality $6.00 glass to the top of the old LCD and use this part to repair your iPhone display screen. Then they do the same process with your broken iPhone screen and use it on the next customer that has a broken screen.

iPhone Glass

So Why Is This Bad and Can Cause Many Problems For Your iPhone?

When iPhone repair shops replace your iPhone screen in this manner, you will be getting an old used and refurbished part instead of a new one. Also, since the repair was done in a cheap and incorrect manner, your iPhone touch function can and will fail in a short time or the top glass screen will start to separate from the LCD underneath because it was glued on.

How Can You Tell If the iPhone Repair Shop Is Using This Technique Before You Use Them?

The answer is their warranty and sometimes a very low repair rate. If they give you a 1 month, 3 months or 6 month warranty, you can almost be sure that they are screen flipping. A good reputable shop that uses brand new iPhone display screen should give a 1 year warranty. Also, as they saying goes, you get what you paid for. If someone is charging way below average repair cost, then they are cutting corners and doing something wrong. The cost of parts for a low quality repair shop to replace only the glass on a used LCD display is around $6.00. The cost of part for a good repair shop to use a brand new original iPhone display (glass and LCD) is around $75.00 to $95.00. So you can put two and two together and figure out why these low quality shops can undercut reputable repair shops and provide you with short risky repair warranty.

iPhone repair businesses with bad and low quality services give you a short term warranty because they know their parts will fail shortly after repair so they will not backup their work.

We will never repair your iPhone screen this way. We will replace the entire display with a brand new and original display (LCD and glass) but we will still charge you similar repair rates as the shops that only replace the outer glass of your iPhone. We do not believe in cutting corners for more profit. We believe in good service and word of mouth advertising.

Whole iPhone Display Glass and LCD

So when you have a broken iPhone screen, always make sure that the repair facility replaces your entire display (LCD and Glass) and not just the glass screen. Always watch for short term warranties and low suspicious repair rates. Even if you have to pay a little more, it will keep you away from paying a lot more later to have the whole display replaced again or from seeing your iPhone completely fail due to bad repair.

Google Analytics Charts Blocked By Kaspersky Content Blocker KAV

We are using Firefox browser for Google Analytics and today we noticed that some of the charts in Google Analytics are not loading. The message we are getting is: Your browser does not support charts in.

We are trying to determine if this issue is caused by the Kaspersky Content Blocker KAV or it is due to another issue.

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Is Content Blocker KAV Blocking Google Analytics?

We believe Content Blocker KAV was recently installed as an add-on with the newest version of Kaspersky Antivirus software. We tried to uninstall Firefox and reinstall it but the issue did not go away.

We also tried to disable the Content Blocker KAV but it doesn’t seem to disable. It keeps reactivating itself.

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Kaspersky Content Blocker in Firefox