iPad Air Repair

iPad Air Repair Grand Rapids, MI

The iPad Air was introduced in October 2013 and marked the first major design change for the iPad since the iPad 2; having a thinner design that is 7.5 millimeters thick and has a smaller screen bezel similar to the iPad Mini. Apple reduced the overall volume for the iPad Air by using thinner components resulting in a 22% reduction in weight over the iPad 2. Though it still uses the same 9.7-inch Retina Display as the previous iPad model, an improved front-facing camera makes using FaceTime much clearer. The new front-facing camera is capable of video in 720p HD, includes face detection, and backside illumination. The rear camera received an upgrade as well; the 5MP iSight camera. The iPad Air was available with three storage sizes, 16, 64 and 128 GB and two varying connectivity options, Wi-Fi only or Wi-Fi and cellular. Each variation of the iPad Air is available with in Space Gray, Silver or Gold.  At Oops Repair Grand Rapids, we stock all the iPad Air repair parts to fix everything listed above. When “Oops!” happens…we can fix it!
6-month Warranty

All parts and labor that we provide are covered by a six month warranty. If your repaired device seems to be having issues after a repair, please visit us right away for warranty diagnostics. We will be happy to diagnose and replace any defective parts that were used during the original repair. Please keep in mind that the warranty does NOT cover physical damage (such as broken screen) or water damage done to the device after the initial repair.

Low Price Gurantee

How do you know that you are always getting the best price for your repair services? Because Oops Repair offers a Low Price Guarantee on all local competitors’ regular advertised pricing. All you have to do is provide a local ad showing the repair price, and we will beat the price by $5!

Highest Quality Gurantee

Watch us unpack and install the brand-new-out-of-the-wrapper-part(s) on your device.  Go ahead…ask us to show you the part(s) we are installing.  Touch them, feel them, they are high-quality, built-to-last components.  Now, go ask the other guys who say they use high-quality parts, and see if they are willing to let you inspect the parts.