The second generation of the iPad Pro family was announced in June 2017, and featured the latest and fastest A10X Fusion processor. Unusually for Apple launches, there were two new versions of this iPad issued at the same time, both with the same functionality, but with different screen sizes – a 12.9” and a 10.5” screen size version. The new 12.9” iPad Pro was based on the format of the iPad Pro 1st Gen, with the addition of an upgraded display, and other functionality improvements. Once this updated version of iPad Pro was released, production of the older model was discontinued.
The iPad Pro 12.9” was powered by Apple’s latest fast processor, the A10X, and the new True Tone display incorporated an impressive 120 Hz refresh rate. It was claimed that these displays were actually 50% brighter than those used in previous models. The iPad Pro 2nd Gen 12.9” proved extremely popular with both gamers, film enthusiasts and people involved in the creatives industry in general. It was seen as a genuine desktop and laptop computer replacement - having speed, power, a large screen and great versatility, but without the bulk and cables associated with standard computers.
No matter how high-tech your 12.9” iPad Pro may be, the larger than normal screen size means a larger area of delicate glass, and a crack or a scratch is always going to be a problem. If your touch screen isn’t responding as it should, or you have cracked or smashed it, get it put right quickly and competently by iTechnician. We have repair centres situated all across the UK, and our iTechs are on call to deliver on-demand repairs wherever you happen to be. You can call out an iTech to your office or your home to repair your iPad Pro 2nd Gen, or you can drop it into one of the many repair centres situated conveniently close to your location, whichever meets your schedule the best. The iTechs can be trusted to deliver reliable repairs that last, at a price you can afford to pay.
iPad Pro 12.9" (2nd Gen) repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.