iPad Screen repair
If your iPad screen breaks accidentally, you have the option to replace your iPad for an out-of-warranty fee. Accidental damage isn't covered by the Apple warranty or by consumer law.
If your screen cracks due to a manufacturing defect, it’s covered by the Apple warranty and consumer law.
The cost to replace an iPad with an accidentally damaged screen depends on your iPad model, any additional damage, and if you have AppleCare+ coverage.
AppleCare+ for iPad includes up to two incidents of accidental damage. Each incident has a service fee. You can use an incident for screen damage. If you don’t have AppleCare+, the out-of-warranty fee applies.
|iPad model||AppleCare+ service fee||Out-of-warranty fee|
|iPad mini, iPad mini 2||$49||$259|
|iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 5||$49||$379|
iPad 5th Generation,
iPad 6th Generation
|iPad Air 2,
iPad 4th Generation
|iPad Pro 9.7-inch, iPad Air 3||$49||$489|
|iPad Pro (10.5-inch)||$49||$579|
|iPad Pro 11-inch||$49||$649|
|iPad Pro 12.9-inch
iPad Pro (12.9-inch,
|iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation)||$49||$839|
If your iPad issue is covered under our warranty or consumer law, you won't pay a fee. Otherwise, repairs are considered out of warranty (and not covered) when:
Your iPad is over one year old.
Your iPad screen gets broken accidentally.
Your iPad has other accidental damage or issues caused by unauthorized modifications.
If your iPad issue isn’t covered, you’ll pay an out-of-warranty fee unless your iPad has AppleCare+ coverage. AppleCare+ includes two incidents of accidental damage. You might be able to use one of those incidents for a cracked screen or for other damage to your iPad. Each AppleCare+ incident has a service fee, as shown.