All Devices
iPad (Wi-Fi Only)

The Apple iPad 3G came out in May 2010, and became flagship product of Apple for the time being, atleast until the iPhone 4G release. Sold through Authorized Apple Stores and Retailers in the USA and limited other service providers across the world, the iPad boasts a larger screen (9.7" diagonal) on a 9.56" x 7.47" device, with only a thickness of .5". It weights 1.6 lbs, faster speeds than the iPhones or iTouches (1Ghz Apple A4), 1024x768 resolution, oleophobic coating, increased capacity of 16Gb, 32Gb, or 64Gb Flash Media (not interchangable). Battery life from the 25WH Li-Ion Battery lasts up to 9 hours of surfing, music (with screen on) or video on Wi-Fi. It has a 30-pin connector port for charging, syncing and accessories, a 3.5mm Stereo Audio Jack (no adapter needed for regular headphones), a built-in Speaker and Microphone, and a Micro-SIM on a tray. While not as frequent, we still see some screen breaks, and a just slightly more LCD breaks (from pressure to the screen).view 1st Gen iPad (Wi-Fi Only) repairs

Glass Lens/ Digitizer (Touchscreen) (Digitizer)
Glass Lens/ Digitizer (Touchscreen)
LCD Screen Replacement (LCD)
LCD Screen Replacement
Micro-SIM Adapter (Sim_Adapter)
Micro-SIM Adapter

Springfield iPhone Repair

417-268-5211 for Springfield iPhone Repair, the Queen City's Original & Premier Source for all iPhone, iTouch, iPod and iPad servicing and repair. Let our Apple Certified local technicians evaluate and repair your iPhone, just like at the Apple Store! Most iPhone Repairs take 10 minutes or less, and our costs are extremely reasonable.

Why Springfield iPhone Repair?

  • 1,000+ iPhone repairs
  • Apple Certified Technicians
  • Warranty (Lifetime on Screens)
  • OEM Original Parts
  • Most parts in stock

What do we fix?

Similar repairs on an iPhone 3GS

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Springfield iPhone Repair
Griffin Concepts

412 S Campbell Ave
Springfield, MO 65806

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