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The speakers of your iPad are responsible for alerting you during incoming facetime or video calls, playing sounds when you watch a video or listen to some music, and helping with a hands-free phone or video calls.
Apple introduced stereo speakers starting with iPad 5. It boasts 2x the volume of the iPad 4 as well as an improved audio range. The speakers are behind safety wire mesh, protecting them from dust and debris entering the speaker. But the mesh is prone to collect dust and debris over time resulting in inferior sound quality.
Cleaning the speaker mesh with a dry medium bristles toothbrush should improve the impaired audio quality. However, please DO NOT use any liquid or cleaning agent to clean the mesh as it may damage the speaker or any components located next to it.
If the problem persists, we can clean the speaker externally free of charge to see if it fixes the problem. Unfortunately, your iPad speaker will have to be replaced if there is no audio or the sound is crackling in one or both speakers.
There is a slight possibility that what seems to be a speaker problem can be related to the motherboard. We will inform you if it is the case before proceeding with the repair.
We can replace your iPad speaker the same day we receive it. The repair will take about 4 to 6 hours if you visit our store. Please call the store you will be visiting to check for stock availability before arriving.
iPad speaker replacement cost – United Arab Emirates
The pricing in this chart only applies to iPad speaker replacement. You will pay additional costs if you have any other problems with your iPad. We offer a 50% discount on the second part and up to a 75% discount on the third part used for the same iPad.
You can refer to the iPad Repair page to find out more about our iPad repair service.
All prices are in Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) and include VAT. Accidental damage isn’t covered under our Limited Warranty.
Model Number: A1822, A1823
Model Number: A1893, A1954
Model Number: A2179, A2200, A2198
Model Number: A2270, A2428, A2429, A2430
Model Number: A2602, A2603, A2604, A2605
Model Number: A2696, A2757, A2777
Model Number: A1474, A1475, A1476
Model Number: A1566, A1567
Model Number: A2123, A2152, A2153, A2154
Model Number: A2072, A2316, A2324, A2325
Model Number: A2588, A2589, A2591
Model Number: A1432, A1454, A1455
Model Number: A1489, A1490, A1491
Model Number: A1599, A1600
Model Number: A1538, A1550
Model Number: A2124, A2125, A2126, A2133
Model Number: A2567, A2568, A2569
Model Number: A1584, A1652
Model Number: A1670, A1671, A1821
Model Number: A1876, A1895, A1983, A2014
Model Number: A2069, A2229, A2232, A2233
Model Number: A2378, A2379, A2461, A2462
Model Number: A2436, A2437, A2764, A2766
Model Number: A1934, A1979, A1980, A2013
Model Number: A2068, A2228, A2230, A2231
Model Number: A2301, A2377, A2459, A2460
Model Number: A2435, A2759, A2761, A2762
We use Original Speaker – Original Equipment Manufacturer in our iPad repairs. It is the same part that came with your new iPad. This allows us to deliver the same high-quality service the repair industry can offer.
We provide six months warranty for OEM iPad speaker replacement.
*Warranty is considered void if your device has accidental damage, liquid ingress, or user misuse.
If you purchased your iPad less than a year ago and there is no visible damage on your iPad, you might be eligible to get your iPad replaced under Apple Limited Warranty at the Apple Store or any Apple Authorized Service Provider.
Not sure if your iPad is under warranty? Check if you have an Apple Limited Warranty or Apple Care+ by entering the iPad serial number.
Here are some of the customers’ most common questions about the iPad speaker.
Yes, the iPad speaker can be replaced. You can visit a professional mobile phone shop, Apple Store, or Apple Authorized Service Provider to get your iPad speaker replaced.
The speaker is located on the top of your iPad behind the protective wired mesh opening and at the bottom.
If you cannot hear your iPad ringing or the volume is low, the speaker mesh is likely obstructed by dust and debris. This problem can be resolved by cleaning the speaker at the top and bottom of your device with a medium-bristled toothbrush without any cleaning agent or liquid. If this does not rectify the problem, you must replace the speaker.
A soft-bristled toothbrush is the best way to clean the dirt and debris from the mesh. Gently brush the wire mesh to sweep away any blockages. Remember not to use any liquid or pointy or metallic substance to clean the mesh, as you might damage the speaker.