iPad 3 4G Battery Replacement
Replace the battery in your iPad 3 4G.
- Autor: Brett Hartt
- Tiempo estimado: 1 hora
- Dificultad: Muy difícil
When your iPad can't stay awake for longer than a few hours, it is time to replace the battery. Use this guide to help you replace the battery in the third generation iPad.
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Paso 1 — Battery ¶
The battery is very firmly glued to the aluminum frame using copious amounts of strong adhesive.
Paso 2 ¶
Insert the flat end of a metal spudger underneath the battery near the bottom of the iPad.
Slide the metal spudger approximately 1.5" underneath the battery, releasing the adhesive.
Paso 3 ¶
In the same manner as described above, slide the spudger ~2" underneath the other adhesive strips.
Paso 4 ¶
Carefully slide the metal spudger underneath the battery connector, releasing the adhesive securing it in place.
Paso 5 ¶
Continue releasing the adhesive near the top of the battery.
Paso 6 ¶
Starting where the last pass left off, insert the metal spudger another two inches underneath the battery.
Repeat this process for the remaining adhesive strips.
Paso 7 ¶
In the same manner as previously described, continue loosening the adhesive on all the strips to a depth of ~4".
Paso 8 ¶
For the last pass, push the metal spudger all the way to the right edge of the iPad.
Continue to do this for all of the adhesive strips.
Paso 9 ¶
Make sure that all the adhesive glue has been loosed from the battery.
Gently lift the left side of the battery up, rotating it toward the right side of the iPad.
Remove the battery from the iPad.