iPad Mini 2 Motherboard Problem
A motherboard, alternatively known as the main-board, system board or logic board is the main printed circuit board (PCB) in your iPad Mini 2. It holds many of the crucial electronic components, such as the central processing unit (CPU), memory, baseband and provides connections for other supporting components. An iPad motherboard also contains significant sub-systems such as the processor and other components.
On a “complexity per cubic inch” scale, iPad’s are some of the most intricate devices people use on a daily basis. It can process millions of calculations per second in order to compress and decompress the data stream. An iPad can not only transmit and receive on hundreds of FM channels, switching channels in sync with base stations as it moves between cells but can also store contact information, make task or to-do lists, keep track of appointments and set reminders, use the built-in calculator for simple math, send or receive e-mail, send text messages, take photos and videos and much more.
What’s incredible is that all of that functionality, which only 30 years ago would have filled the entire floor of an office building; now fits into a device that sits comfortably in the palm of your hand. One of the most serious damages that can happen to your iPad Mini 2 and can even make its usage impossible, it is its motherboard. However it is not an irreparable harm as you might think. We have qualified technicians who are more than capable to handle any problems related to you iPad Mini 2 Motherboard.
• A7 chip with 64-bit architecture
• M7 motion co-processor
• Cellular: GSM, UMTS/HSPA, DC-HSDPA, LTE
• Assisted GPS and GLONASS
• Three-axis gyro
You need to repair your iPad Mini 2 Motherboard if:
- Your iPad motherboard sockets are broken.
- Camera does not work even after replacement.
- Cannot hear any audio.
- LCD does not work after replacement.
- Your iPad is completely dead.
- Your iPad cannot be activated and overheats.