iPad 1st Gen Parts
Parti che funzionano con iPad 1st Gen:
SIM Card Eject Tool
Safely eject the SIM card from Apple GSM/LTE devices (iPhones and iPads) and other electronic devices.
iPad USB 10W AC Adapter (Original)
Replace a broken or damaged AC adapter for your iPad with this part.
iPad Charging Port
Replace a broken or damaged charging port for your iPad with this part. This assembly includes the charging/dock connector port and flex cable. This is a used, OEM part.
iPad LCD Panel
This is the LCD display screen of 1st generation iPad Wi-Fi. This does not include the front glass digitizer panel.
iPad Display Clip Set
Replace the broken or missing spring clips on the back of the first generation iPad display screen with this part.
iPad Front Panel Digitizer Assembly
Replace a broken or damaged front panel digitizer assembly for your first generation iPad with this part. This assembly includes the frame, home button and clips.
iPad 3G (1st Gen) Logic Board
Replace a broken or malfunctioning motherboard in a 1st Generation iPad 3G.
iPad Volume Button
This is the external plastic volume button cover. It does not include the internal volume button switch.
iPhone & iPod USB Cable
Restore connectivity between your iPhone and computer with this replacement cable.
iPad Rotation Lock Button
This is the external plastic rotation lock button cover. It does not include the internal lock button switch.
The first generation of the iPad established design precedents, some of which, such as the home button placement, have persisted through all models. The device features an Apple A4 processor — which is comprised of a 1 GHz processor, 256 MB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX535 GPU — and a 9.7” touchscreen display with 1024x758 pixel resolution and 132 ppi. The first generation iPad is equipped with either 16, 32, or 64GB of solid-state memory for program and data management.
There are two models of the first generation iPad. The Wi-Fi variant was released in the United States on April 3, 2010, followed by the Wi-Fi and Cellular variant on April 30, 2010. Unlike its successors, the Wi-Fi and cellular variant of the first generation iPad can only support GSM/UMTS standards and is not compatible with CDMA networks.
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