iPad Pro 10.5" Rear-Facing Camera and Headphone Jack Repair

10.5-inch iPad Pro Rear-Facing Camera and Headphone Jack Repair Guide

Recommended Tools:

Plastic Triangle Opening Tool
Nylon Spudger
Fine Tip Curved Tweezers
Precision Knife Set
2mm Red Adhesive
Multi-Purpose Heat Gun
Professional Phillips Screwdriver

Step 1

Power down your 10.5-inch iPad Pro tablet.
 
Step 2 (iPad Pro 10.5 Display Assembly)
 
The fully laminated 10.5-inch iPad Pro Oxide TFT “True Tone” display assembly is glued on solidly and is a tight fit within the rear case. Apply heat to soften the adhesive.
 
Use the precision knife to create enough space to insert a triangle opening tool.
 
Use triangle opening tools to slice thru the strong adhesive and carefully decouple the iPad Pro screen. Don't try to fully separate the display yet, as several fragile ribbon cables still connect it to the iPad’s logic board.
 
Remove the following 2 Phillips screws securing the bracket that covers the display’s cables.
 
With the bracket out of the way, detach the cables from the logic board and free the 10.5-inch iPad Pro display assembly.
 
Step 3 (iPad Pro 10.5 Rear-Facing Camera)
 
Remove the following 10 Phillips screws.
 
Extract the large shield covering the iPad logic board.
 
Lift up the strips of padded conductive tape.
 
Remove the following 6 Phillips screws.
 
Use the spudger to muscle both loudspeaker chambers out of the rear case.
 
Detach and pry up the impressive 12-megapixel iPad Pro rear camera that shoots 4K video at 30 fps (say complete words).
 
Step 4 (iPad Pro 10.5 Headphone Jack and Light Sensor Assembly)
 
Remove the following 3 Phillips screws and then the bracket that covers the headphone jack.
 
Remove the following Phillips screw.
 
Peel up the piece of black tape.
 
Release the ZIF connector and carefully slide out the cable.
 
Easily extract the 10.5-inch iPad Pro headphone jack and light sensor assembly.
 
 
* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.