iPad Battery Replacement in Chicago, IL

We Replace Batteries on All iPads

Apple iPad Battery Replacement Prices

iPad Series

ModelBattery
iPad 8$99
iPad 7$99
iPad 6 $99
iPad 5$99
iPad 4$69
iPad 3$69
iPad 2$69

iPad Mini Series

ModelBattery
iPad Mini 5$129
iPad Mini 4$99
iPad Mini 3$89
iPad Mini 2$89
iPad Mini$79

iPad Air Series

ModelBattery
iPad Air 4$169
iPad Air 3$139
iPad Air 2$89
iPad Air 1$79

iPad Pro Series

ModelBattery
iPad Pro 12.9 (5th Gen)Call US
iPad Pro 12.9 (4th Gen)$199
iPad Pro 12.9 (3rd Gen)$199
iPad Pro 12.9 (2nd Gen)$249
iPad Pro 12.9 (1st Gen)$139
iPad Pro 11 (3nd Gen)$169
iPad Pro 11 (1st Gen)$169
iPad Pro 10.5$139
iPad Pro 9.7$139

iPad Battery Repair

A depleting battery is one of the most common problems that iPad users face. Many people think that their iPad is dying when it’s just a simple battery replacement that is needed. We offer an iPad battery replacement service to bring your iPad battery back to life.

We have a fast turnaround on our battery replacement services in Chicago, IL. Of course, your iPad is essential for organizing your work and life, and so you don’t want to be without it for too long!

When You Need To Change iPad Battery

Perhaps you may be wondering whether or not you need to replace the iPad battery? If your iPad is working well but just running out of battery much quicker than it used to, that is often the case. An iPad battery should usually last around 10 hours. That means that you should be able to use your device all day without it running out completely. Or, if you are using it on a less frequent basis, it should even last you a few days. If your iPad runs out after just 6 hours of use or less, you will likely need to change the battery on your iPad.

Check the battery health in settings if it is below 85%. We recommend you change the battery asap; your iPad's low battery health performance would underperform to increase battery time.

Cost to Replace an iPad Battery

The cost to replace an iPad battery is not as expensive as you might think, and it’s certainly cheaper than replacing your iPad with a brand new device. Depending on the model, most iPads can get a battery replacement (supplied and fitted) for between $69 and $500. 

It is possible to replace your iPad battery yourself, and you can buy DIY iPad battery replacement kits online. However, it’s a much better idea to leave it to the professionals. If you make a mistake, you may break your iPad and could also invalidate your warranty. 

Battery Replacement for iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro Series

We offer a battery replacement for iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro. The price depends on the series and generation of iPad you have, and check the price listed above.

You can drop off your iPad at our store, and we will call you when your iPad battery is replaced and your device is ready to pick up. If you are not sure what you need or how much it will cost, please give us a call on 773-942-4329 or 312-404-9313, and we will be happy to help. If you have any other issues with your iPad you can check the list of iPad Repairs We provide at our store.

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iPad Mini 5 Battery Replacement
iPad 6 Battery Replacement
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it worth replacing iPad battery?

Yes, it is worth replacing an iPad battery then purchasing a new iPad; it is good in two main ways.

  • It's a lot cheaper than buying a new one.
  • It's best for the environment, too, because battery replacement is the same as a tire change in cars; by changing the battery, you can give your iPad a few more years of life, which lowers the electronic pollution.
How many years does an iPad battery last?

It depends on the one who uses the iPad. one of the major causes of the battery going bad is overcharging; generally, most users charge their iPad the whole night by which the life of the lithium battery goes down.

What device manufacturers say is 2 to 3 years is the battery's life, and then you need to replace it.

Is it bad to leave your iPad charging all the time?

Yes, it is not recommended to do so because doing so will decrease the battery life on your iPad.

Charging and discharging the battery is the best way; when you see that your iPad is 100% charged, disconnect the charger and your iPad on battery when it reaches 10% to 20%, then recharge it.

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6314 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60659

Customer Service: 773-942-4329
Customer Service: 312-404-9313

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