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Version actuelle par : Kris Rodriguez (détails du vote) ,

Titre:

Touch screen unresponsive for iPad mini

Texte:

I have an iPad mini 32GB running iOS 8.4.1.

The touch screen is unresponsive - cannot swipe to log in, etc.  Everything else seems to be working: the screen displays the log in prompt, I can reboot by holding down power & home buttons, I can connect to a Mac & upload / download data & programs.

Went to Apple Genius.  They tried factory reset - this didn't work.

My question here is which component is likely to be messed up as I would like to try repairing this using one of the guides.  My first thought would be to replace the LCD, but I don't know enough about iPads to know whether that's likely to be the source of the current problem.

Any help / advice appreciated.

All the best

Richard

Appareil:

iPad Mini

Statut:

-open
+closed

Réponse acceptée:

249741

Modifié par : rico2 ,

Titre:

Touch screen unresponsive for iPad mini

Texte:

I have an iPad mini 32GB running iOS 8.4.1.

The touch screen is unresponsive - cannot swipe to log in, etc.  Everything else seems to be working: the screen displays the log in prompt, I can reboot by holding down power & home buttons, I can connect to a Mac & upload / download data & programs.

Went to Apple Genius.  They tried factory reset - this didn't work.

My question here is which component is likely to be messed up as I would like to try repairing this using one of the guides.  My first thought would be to replace the LCD, but I don't know enough about iPads to know whether that's likely to be the source of the current problem.

Any help / advice appreciated.

All the best

Richard

Appareil:

iPad Mini

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+249741

Contribution d'origine par : rico2 ,

Titre:

Touch screen unresponsive for iPad mini

Texte:

I have an iPad mini 32GB running iOS 8.4.1.

The touch screen is unresponsive - cannot swipe to log in, etc.  Everything else seems to be working: the screen displays the log in prompt, I can reboot by holding down power & home buttons, I can connect to a Mac & upload / download data & programs.

Went to Apple Genius.  They tried factory reset - this didn't work.

My question here is which component is likely to be messed up as I would like to try repairing this using one of the guides.  My first thought would be to replace the LCD, but I don't know enough about iPads to know whether that's likely to be the source of the current problem.

Any help / advice appreciated.

All the best

Richard

Appareil:

iPad Mini

Statut:

open