iPad Air 3 Adhesive Strips
Replacement parts for your iPad Air 3 model to fix a broken tablet!
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PlierTek Corner and Sidewall Repair Pliers
PlierTek Pliers are the easiest fastest way to fix bent iPhone and iPad corners and sidewalls.
iPad 5/Air 2/Air 3/mini 4/Pro 12.9" 1st Gen Rear Camera
Replace a malfunctioning rear-facing 8 MP camera. This part is compatible with an iPad 5, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3, iPad mini 4, or iPad Pro 12.9" 1st generation.
iPad Air 3 Screen
This assembly includes the LCD and glass digitizer screen.
iPad Air 3 (Wi-Fi) Headphone Jack
Replace a damaged, dirty, or corroded headphone jack for the 3rd generation Wi-Fi model iPad Air and fix problems getting audio in your headphones.
iPad Air 3 (Wi-Fi/Cellular) Headphone Jack
Replace a damaged, dirty, or corroded headphone jack for the 3rd generation Wi-Fi and Cellular model iPad Air and fix problems getting audio in your headphones.
iPad Air 3 Power Button Assembly
Replace a damaged or torn cable connecting the internal power button switch to the logic board in an iPad Air 3.
iPad Air 4 Volume Button Cable
Replace a damaged or torn cable assembly connecting the internal volume button switches to the logic board in an iPad Air 3 and fix an unresponsive audio control.
After a few years without an update, Apple refreshed the iPad Air in March 2019, with the iPad Air 3. The new Air inherits the old 10.5” Pro chassis, minus two of the four speakers, and the ProMotion (120 Hz) display. The iPad Air 3 can be identified by the model number printed on the bottom of the rear case: A2152 indicates the Wi-Fi only model A2153 indicates the cellular model for US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand markets A2154 indicates the cellular model for China and A2123 indicates the Global cellular model.
The iPad Air 3 front glass panel is held to the aluminum case with strips of adhesive. Once the device is opened, this adhesive will need to be replaced.
Once you've bought your parts and tools, check out iFixit's iPad Air 3 repair guides for step-by-step instructions on how to make the fix.
The iPad Air 3 earned a 2 out of 10 in iFixit's repairability assessment. Watch the Teardown Review for more: