To answer the question “how much to repair iPad screen,” we have to start with Apple. According to Apple, if your iPad issue is covered under our warranty you won’t pay a fee. Otherwise, repairs are considered out of warranty (and not covered) when:
- Your iPad is no longer covered by the Apple warranty.
- Your iPad screen gets broken accidentally.
- Your iPad has other accidental damage or issues caused by unauthorized modifications.
The price differences – how much to repair iPad screen
Apple charges anywhere from $379 to $749 (plus tax) to fix a broken iPad screen, depending on the model. opens in a new windowClickAway Apple technicians perform iPad repairs every day. Screen replacements for newer models, like the iPad pro, are usually in the $300-$350 range. For older iPads, the screen and LCD repair costs are separate. That’s why it’s important to assess the damage rather than assuming the worst—sometimes it’s a screen-only repair, and that will run around $160. Our iPad repair prices are as low as $49.