Released on November 1, 2013, the iPad Air was a leap forward in terms of design for the iPad, boasting a thinner, lighter build -- hence the name. While both the Air and its successor, the Air 2, are now discontinued, the Air’s look and feel inspired all iPads going forward. Its release marked the first true design change to Apple’s tablet since the iPad 2.

In addition to its revamped appearance, the iPad Air included many changes under the hood. An upgraded front-facing camera made FaceTime calls much clearer, also allowing video capture in 720p HD. The Apple A7 chip, at the time the best chip available in an Apple device, helps the Air perform twice as fast as the fourth-generation iPad—the Air’s predecessor.

While you may have exercised extra care in protecting it, from buying cases to screen protectors, sometimes things happen – like dropping your iPad on your cold, merciless kitchen tile, or having its speakers suddenly stop working. Now you need it fixed and you don’t have the time to stop by a repair shop.

If you’re sick of dealing with a broken iPad, you’re in luck. No matter if you’re at work, home, or someplace in-between, our team of certified repair professionals will meet you wherever you want to fix your device. Have a broken screen? We can fix it. What about a jammed power button? Don’t worry about it. To get your iPad Air repaired as soon as possible, start by clicking “repair my iPad Air” above.

 

Specifications

 

Color options: Silver, Space Gray

Resolution: 2048 x 1536

Storage capabilities: 16/32/64/128GB

CPU: Apple A7 with 64-bit architecture

Size: 240 x 169.5 x 7.5 mm

RAM: 1GB

Weight: 1.034 lb. (Wi-Fi model), 1.054 lb. (Wi-Fi + Cellular model)

Front camera: 1.2MP

Display: 9.7-inch Retina HD 

Rear camera: 5MP