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This guide is currently being revised with an updated procedure.

Follow this guide to remove and replace the display assembly on the iPad Pro 9.7".

The home button assembly is paired to the iPad's logic board. In order to maintain Touch ID functionality, you must transfer your original home button to the new display assembly. This guide includes these steps.

Note: Certain images in this guide show the use of a battery blocker as part of the procedure. The procedure has been updated to skip this step, in order to avoid potential damage to t he logic board.

Do not use metal prying tools, or you risk shorting and damaging the iPad.

  1. If your display glass is cracked, keep further breakage contained and prevent bodily harm during your repair by taping the glass. Lay overlapping strips of clear packing tape over the iPad's display until the whole face is covered. This will keep glass shards contained and provide structural integrity when prying and lifting the display.
    • If your display glass is cracked, keep further breakage contained and prevent bodily harm during your repair by taping the glass.

    • Lay overlapping strips of clear packing tape over the iPad's display until the whole face is covered.

    • This will keep glass shards contained and provide structural integrity when prying and lifting the display.

    • Do your best to follow the rest of the guide as described. However, once the glass is broken, it will likely continue to crack as you work, and you may need to use a metal prying tool to scoop the glass out.

    • Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes, and be careful not to damage the LCD screen.

  2. The following steps involve using an iOpener to soften the adhesive holding the front panel assembly in place. When using the iOpener, be sure to heat it in the microwave for no more than 30 seconds.
    • The following steps involve using an iOpener to soften the adhesive holding the front panel assembly in place. When using the iOpener, be sure to heat it in the microwave for no more than 30 seconds.

    • Handling it by the tabs on either end, place a heated iOpener over the top edge of the iPad.

    • Let the iOpener sit on the iPad for two minutes to soften the adhesive securing the front panel to the rest of the iPad.

  3. While the iPad looks uniform from the outside, there are delicate components under certain portions of the front glass. To avoid damage, only heat and pry in the areas described in each step. As you follow the directions, take special care to avoid prying in the following areas: Home Button
    • While the iPad looks uniform from the outside, there are delicate components under certain portions of the front glass. To avoid damage, only heat and pry in the areas described in each step.

    • As you follow the directions, take special care to avoid prying in the following areas:

    • Home Button

    • Front Facing Camera

    • Main Camera

  4. Place a suction cup over the iPad's front-facing camera and press down to create a seal. To get the most leverage, place the suction cup as close to the edge as possible without going past the edge of the display.
    • Place a suction cup over the iPad's front-facing camera and press down to create a seal.

    • To get the most leverage, place the suction cup as close to the edge as possible without going past the edge of the display.

  5. Firmly pull up on the suction cup to create a small gap between the front panel and the rear case. Do not pull too hard or you may shatter the glass. Once you've opened a sufficient gap, insert an opening pick into the gap to prevent the adhesive from resealing.
    • Firmly pull up on the suction cup to create a small gap between the front panel and the rear case.

    • Do not pull too hard or you may shatter the glass.

    • Once you've opened a sufficient gap, insert an opening pick into the gap to prevent the adhesive from resealing.

  6. Slide the pick along the edge of the display, towards the headphone jack. If there is still a considerable amount of resistance when sliding the opening pick, repeat the iOpener heating procedure and apply additional heat. Don't insert the pick past the bezel into the display area, or you will damage it.
    • Slide the pick along the edge of the display, towards the headphone jack.

    • If there is still a considerable amount of resistance when sliding the opening pick, repeat the iOpener heating procedure and apply additional heat.

    • Don't insert the pick past the bezel into the display area, or you will damage it.

    • A good rule of thumb is to never insert the opening pick more than a quarter inch into the iPad.

  7. Insert a second opening pick by the front-facing camera. Insert a second opening pick by the front-facing camera.
    • Insert a second opening pick by the front-facing camera.

  8. Slide the second pick along the top edge of the iPad, towards the Sleep/Wake Button. Slide the second pick along the top edge of the iPad, towards the Sleep/Wake Button. Slide the second pick along the top edge of the iPad, towards the Sleep/Wake Button.
    • Slide the second pick along the top edge of the iPad, towards the Sleep/Wake Button.

  9. Insert a third pick by the front-facing camera. Insert a third pick by the front-facing camera.
    • Insert a third pick by the front-facing camera.

  10. Bring the right opening pick down and around the top right corner of the iPad. Bring the right opening pick down and around the top right corner of the iPad. Bring the right opening pick down and around the top right corner of the iPad.
    • Bring the right opening pick down and around the top right corner of the iPad.

  11. Bring the left opening pick around the top left corner of the tablet. Bring the left opening pick around the top left corner of the tablet. Bring the left opening pick around the top left corner of the tablet.
    • Bring the left opening pick around the top left corner of the tablet.

  12. Reheat the iOpener and lay it over the right edge of the display to loosen the adhesive underneath.
    • Reheat the iOpener and lay it over the right edge of the display to loosen the adhesive underneath.

  13. Slide the right opening pick roughly halfway down the display. Slide the right opening pick roughly halfway down the display. Slide the right opening pick roughly halfway down the display.
    • Slide the right opening pick roughly halfway down the display.

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  15. Reheat the iOpener and apply heat to the left side of the iPad.
    • Reheat the iOpener and apply heat to the left side of the iPad.

  16. Slide the left-hand opening pick about halfway down the edge of the display. Slide the left-hand opening pick about halfway down the edge of the display. Slide the left-hand opening pick about halfway down the edge of the display.
    • Slide the left-hand opening pick about halfway down the edge of the display.

  17. Slide the opposite opening pick down to the bottom right corner of the iPad. If necessary, reheat the adhesive on the right edge to loosen the display assembly. If necessary, reheat the adhesive on the right edge to loosen the display assembly.
    • Slide the opposite opening pick down to the bottom right corner of the iPad.

    • If necessary, reheat the adhesive on the right edge to loosen the display assembly.

  18. Slide the left-hand opening pick down the edge of the display until you reach the corner. Slide the left-hand opening pick down the edge of the display until you reach the corner. Slide the left-hand opening pick down the edge of the display until you reach the corner.
    • Slide the left-hand opening pick down the edge of the display until you reach the corner.

  19. Use the iOpener to apply heat to the bottom edge of the iPad.
    • Use the iOpener to apply heat to the bottom edge of the iPad.

  20. Bring the right-hand opening pick around the bottom corner of the iPad. Bring the right-hand opening pick around the bottom corner of the iPad. Bring the right-hand opening pick around the bottom corner of the iPad.
    • Bring the right-hand opening pick around the bottom corner of the iPad.

  21. Repeat for the left-hand pick. Reheat and reapply the iOpener as needed. Reheat and reapply the iOpener as needed.
    • Repeat for the left-hand pick.

    • Reheat and reapply the iOpener as needed.

  22. Remove the right-hand opening pick at the bottom of the iPad. Remove the right-hand opening pick at the bottom of the iPad.
    • Remove the right-hand opening pick at the bottom of the iPad.

  23. Slide the left-hand opening pick along the bottom edge of the display, then remove it from the bottom right corner of the iPad. Be very careful to not insert the pick more than a quarter inch into the display to avoid damaging the Home Button and display cables underneath. Be very careful to not insert the pick more than a quarter inch into the display to avoid damaging the Home Button and display cables underneath.
    • Slide the left-hand opening pick along the bottom edge of the display, then remove it from the bottom right corner of the iPad.

    • Be very careful to not insert the pick more than a quarter inch into the display to avoid damaging the Home Button and display cables underneath.

  24. Use picks to ensure most of the adhesive has been cut through on the top, left, and bottom sides. Twist the top and bottom picks to separate the display assembly from the rear case. Do not attempt to remove the display—it is still attached to the rear case.
    • Use picks to ensure most of the adhesive has been cut through on the top, left, and bottom sides.

    • Twist the top and bottom picks to separate the display assembly from the rear case.

    • Do not attempt to remove the display—it is still attached to the rear case.

  25. Swing the display assembly towards the right of the case, using the right edge as a hinge. As you move the display assembly, make sure that the display ribbon cable is not being stressed. Continue swinging the display assembly until it lays flat next to the rear case.
    • Swing the display assembly towards the right of the case, using the right edge as a hinge.

    • As you move the display assembly, make sure that the display ribbon cable is not being stressed.

    • Continue swinging the display assembly until it lays flat next to the rear case.

  26. Remove the three 1.3 mm Phillips #000 screws securing the display cable bracket.
    • Remove the three 1.3 mm Phillips #000 screws securing the display cable bracket.

    i think we need to talk about the battery situation here. apple change up the style of battery connector on this model as well as some others. if someone can add to this list and add the appropriate photos in the right spot should help someone else. the battery tabs are open towards the battery side and inserting a tool in this area can pry them open further and damage or rip off the tab. some have found that by lifting on either side of the battery tab, they would not even encounter the tabs.

    greg - Yanıt

  27. Remove the display cable bracket. Remove the display cable bracket.
    • Remove the display cable bracket.

    A tab was folded over a connector of some sort on the bottom side. I found it was a better to pull from the top to the bottom to fold the tabs slightly to remove this cover.

    rosecitymech - Yanıt

  28. Use the flat end of the spudger to disconnect the display assembly connector from the motherboard socket. Use the flat end of the spudger to disconnect the display assembly connector from the motherboard socket.
    • Use the flat end of the spudger to disconnect the display assembly connector from the motherboard socket.

  29. Repeat the previous step for the two remaining connectors. Repeat the previous step for the two remaining connectors.
    • Repeat the previous step for the two remaining connectors.

  30. Remove the display assembly. If you are reusing the original display assembly, follow this display adhesive application guide to apply replacement display adhesive during reassembly.
  31. Remove the tape covering the ZIF connector above the home button. Remove the tape covering the ZIF connector above the home button.
    • Remove the tape covering the ZIF connector above the home button.

  32. Use the flat edge of a spudger to lift the flap on the connector that secures the cable. Use the flat edge of a spudger to lift the flap on the connector that secures the cable.
    • Use the flat edge of a spudger to lift the flap on the connector that secures the cable.

  33. Pull the cable out of the ZIF connector. Pull the cable out of the ZIF connector.
    • Pull the cable out of the ZIF connector.

  34. Use tweezers to remove the tape that covers the home button cable. Use tweezers to remove the tape that covers the home button cable.
    • Use tweezers to remove the tape that covers the home button cable.

  35. The home button's ribbon cable is very fragile. If it gets damaged, or if the home button has to be replaced, Touch ID will no longer function. Use an iOpener, heat gun, or hair dryer to soften the adhesive under the cable before you pry it up. Starting from the ZIF connector, use the blade on a halberd spudger or the edge of an opening pick to separate the home button cable from the adhesive holding it in place. Stop when you reach the home button.
    • The home button's ribbon cable is very fragile. If it gets damaged, or if the home button has to be replaced, Touch ID will no longer function.

    • Use an iOpener, heat gun, or hair dryer to soften the adhesive under the cable before you pry it up.

    • Starting from the ZIF connector, use the blade on a halberd spudger or the edge of an opening pick to separate the home button cable from the adhesive holding it in place. Stop when you reach the home button.

  36. Gently pry off the home button cover by inserting the hook of a halberd spudger  or the flat edge of a regular spudger between the cover and the LCD, and gently prying towards the bottom edge of the iPad. The hot-melt glue holding this bracket in place can be stubborn. Get it hot to make it easier to separate, and/or very carefully insert a razor blade under the bracket to separate it. The hot-melt glue holding this bracket in place can be stubborn. Get it hot to make it easier to separate, and/or very carefully insert a razor blade under the bracket to separate it.
    • Gently pry off the home button cover by inserting the hook of a halberd spudger or the flat edge of a regular spudger between the cover and the LCD, and gently prying towards the bottom edge of the iPad.

    • The hot-melt glue holding this bracket in place can be stubborn. Get it hot to make it easier to separate, and/or very carefully insert a razor blade under the bracket to separate it.

    Any idea where to purchase this the home button bracket?

    twenty1player - Yanıt

    • Remove the home button bracket.

    • During reassembly, after installing the home button, you'll need to glue this bracket into place to secure it.

    • Scrape off as much of the old adhesive residue as you can, then clean it with acetone or high-concentration (90% or greater) isopropyl alcohol.

    • Secure the bracket with hot-melt glue, superglue, or high-strength double-sided tape. Make sure the bracket is aligned correctly before allowing your adhesive to cure, or the home button will not click when pressed.

    Would be really nice if the adhesive strip kit for the screen included the adhesive bits needed to secure the existing home button to the new screen (or a new home button to an existing screen).

    Marc Nelson - Yanıt

  37. Gently push the home button from the front of the display inward using the tip of a finger. Gently push the home button from the front of the display inward using the tip of a finger.
    • Gently push the home button from the front of the display inward using the tip of a finger.

  38. Remove the home button.
    • Remove the home button.

Sonuç

Compare your new replacement part to the original part. You may need to transfer remaining components or remove adhesive backings from the new part before installing.

To reassemble your device, follow the above steps in reverse order. Take your e-waste to an R2 or e-Stewards certified recycler.

Repair didn’t go as planned? Check out our iPad Pro 9.7” Answers community for troubleshooting help.

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How would you re-attach that EMI shield after it has been peeled off?

Garrett Coyle - Yanıt

Hi Garrett,

Try to straighten it as much as possible and remove any jagged edges around the edges. The screws will hold the shield in place.

Arthur Shi -

I have a broken glass cover on the LCD screen on my iPad pro 9.7, is it possible to just replace the glass?

Esko Ala-Nisula - Yanıt

It is possible, although extremely difficult. You will need to remove the lcd/digitizer without doing any damage to the lcd. Then you need to separate the lcd from the cracked digitizer, clean the lcd, and then glue the lcd to the new digitizer. The fact that your asking this leads me to believe that you don’t have the many expensive machines and supplies to complete this correctly. I would just replace the lcd, as there is a fair chance you will damage it doing this removal anyways - depending on your skill level.

Hope this helps!

Steve Noah -

Doing a screen replacement, I followed the instructions but, it won’t come back on no picture and I don’t think its the back light because i shined a light on it and I can’t see anything. It will charge but no picture, tried the original broken screen and two others. Any Ideas?

Zachary Swagger - Yanıt

Great writeup, clear instructions! I just finished replacing my display assembly on my iPad Pro 9.7. My glass was badly shattered and all separated when pulling with the suction cup, even though I taped it. So my screen came off in pieces and I had to separate the rest of the screen pieces from the glue along the edge with a tweezers and spudger.

After installing new display, everything works except the touch ID sensor. The new display works, the home button works as a button, just not the finger print part… The screen was very broken up with small pieces of glass all around the home button, but it did work before with the broken screen. I super glued the bracket that holds the home button in place as well, so it might be a pain to seperate again. Does someone make a replacement touch ID sensor? Or just not worth it and use the iPad as is without Touch ID? The iPad actually pops up an error on screen “unable to activate touchID on this iPad”

Worth fixing? Or just use it as is?

paulschmid07 - Yanıt

Congratulations on the successful repair! As noted in the introduction, the Touch ID functionality will only work with your original button, due to security reasons. It should work if you transfer it over from your old panel. If your original home button was broken, there is no DIY way to replace it to restore Touch ID functionality. You may be able to replace it through Apple, but it would be pricy.

Whether or not you want to use it without Touch ID definitely depends on personal preference and usage scenario. I would suggest giving it a week to see if you get used to it or not.

Arthur Shi -

Where is the part with the glass screen replacement? Connecting the new screen and putting in the new home button?

ambreen1969 - Yanıt

We are currently out of stock for the replacement. To connect the new screen and home button, carefully follow the instructions in reverse.

Arthur Shi -

Great repair guide. One thing though, if you have broken glass, even with taping the screen, the suction cups have a very difficult time keeping contact. This will extend the repair time. If you take your time and be very careful, you can make it happen. Also make sure to be extra careful with the display cables when reassembling. Its a real bummer to get all the way to the end and see that you damaged the cables trying to close it up.

Michael Stein - Yanıt

My screen is chipping when i slide the pick into the screen. So when I go through the next time, It can’t go all the way through the screen. What do I do from there?

MoltenHydrogen - Yanıt

I’m not sure I fully understand your question. Are you trying to preserve the screen to be reused, or are you having trouble removing a chipped screen?

Arthur Shi -

Will True Tone working with replaced display?

Radam Husein - Yanıt

Al reemplazar la batería y proceder a cargarla con electricidad, la batería no ha excedido el 50%. ¿Qué hice mal y cómo puedo solucionarlo?

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