|iPad model||Out-of-Warranty Service Fee|
|iPad 3rd, 4th generation||$299|
|iPad 2, iPad||$249|
There’s only one problem — the Home button is broken! Without a working Home button, you can’t restore your iPad the conventional way. Instead, you’ll have to use special software to perform the restore. We recommend Tenorshare 4uKey, which we’ve personally tested and reviewed.
Apple iPad Pro 10.5 Home Button Repair $99.
Home button repair falls under Apple’s “other damage” repair pricing category, which costs a flat fee of $99 under AppleCare.
Luckily it’s easy to change it back to the way things were. To reactivate Rest Finger to Open, go to Settings > General > Accessibility. Under the section headed Interaction, find and tap the entry for Home Button, then tap Rest Finger to Open so the toggle turns green to indicate that it’s activated.
As you can see, it will cost $299.
How long is iPad warranty?
The Apple Limited Warranty covers your iPad and Apple-branded accessories against manufacturing issues for one year from the date you bought your product. The Apple Limited Warranty is in addition to rights provided by consumer law. Our warranty doesn’t cover damage caused by accidents or unauthorized modifications.
How much does it cost to change an iPad charging port?
Cost to Replace an iPad Charging Port
Replacing an iPad charging port starts at around $80 and goes up to about $250. The price varies depending on the series and which generation iPad you have.
Find Out How to Replace the Home Button Yourself
If your iPhone is less than a year old, it might still be covered by Apple’s one-year warranty. That means you can make an appointment at the Genius Bar in your nearest Apple Store to have Apple repair your Home button for free.
Most replacement home buttons won’t work, so check carefully before starting your repair. Your iPhone’s original home button is uniquely paired to the logic board at the factory—and without Apple’s proprietary calibration process, even a genuine replacement home button from another iPhone won’t work.
iPhone users might be in despair when their iPhone home button touch ID gets into trouble or even doesn’t work after replaced home button. Why? For iPhone 6 and later versions, touch ID is bonded with CPU, and the user who has replaced his home button will then lose its touch ID fingerprint function.
If this is why your Home button does not work, try updating your software version and see if that fixes the problem. You can do that as follows on your phone. Open the Settings app and tap System at the bottom. Choose System updates on the following screen to download and install available updates.
The original home button is uniquely paired to the logic board at the factory. If you replace the home button, Touch ID will not function. The home button attaches to the screen with an adhesive gasket. You’ll need some liquid adhesive to glue the home button to the display.
Apple phased out the Home button on iPad Pros beginning in 2018, followed soon by the iPad Air and iPad mini. Only the entry-level iPad has a physical Home button as of 2021. You can still do all the things you used to do with the Home button; only you do them differently now.
A broken Home button can spell trouble, and may seem like the device is practically useless until you get it fixed or replaced. It isn’t, however: you can still access the Home button with a neat little workaround. The key is iOS’ AssistiveTouch feature, which we’ve mentioned before.
iPhone Home Button Repair: AppleCare
If it is, either due to the original warranty or because you bought an AppleCare extended warranty, take your phone to an Apple Store. There, you’ll get an expert repair that maintains your warranty coverage.
iPhone Home buttons do go wrong from time to time, often (frustratingly) a year or so after the warranty runs out. Apple may be able to repair the hardware, but this can be expensive – perhaps to the point where it would be more sensible to spend more and get an entirely new device.