In October 2018, the iPad Pro 3rd Gen 12.9” was unveiled at a special event in New York, and as with the 2017 release of the second generation of iPad Pro models, the 12.9” version was accompanied by a smaller 11” version with similar functionality. As well as boasting the new A12X processor, the other major features of these new iPads was that the displays were now the new edge-to-edge Liquid Retina, and there was the option of up to 1 TB of storage. The new iPad Pro 3rd Gen 12.9” was a direct replacement for the iPad Pro 2nd Gen 12.9” which then ceased production.
Other innovative features of this new generation of iPad Pro was the absence of a physical Home button, and Touch ID had been replaced by a version of Face ID that operated in both portrait and landscape orientations, which was ahead of the version available in iPhones at the time. The iPad Pro 3rd Gen benefitted from the Apple A12X Bionic processor, and another first for an iPad – the same tap-to-wake LCD display, as was originally made available on the iPhone X. This version of the versatile iPad was rated as the most highly accomplished to date.
The glorious 12.9” edge-to-edge display on your third generation iPad Pro is a wonderful sight to behold, and makes watching films, playing games, looking at photos and even simply browsing the internet a magical experience. So what if the experience is spoiled by a scratch on the screen, a crack in the glass or an internal fault within the components? Not to worry, there is an Apple repair expert near to you who can put your iPad Pro to rights again without fuss or hassle. Call on an iTech for your iPad Pro 3rd Gen 12.9” screen repair, or to diagnose and repair any internal component issues, and your iPad will be back up to speed without delay. Our iTechs are all experienced in delivering on-demand Apple repairs, and they can come out to you at home or at work, or you can visit them in their repair centre. You can trust our iTechs to deliver expert repairs at competitive prices.
iPad Pro 12.9" (3rd 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.