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Our experts have prepared for you this repair guide to help you disassemble the WiFi antenna. You'll have a like new tablet for so little money.
Before disassembling the WiFi antenna of your iPad Pro, you have to turn it off for safety reasons.
Press for a few seconds the power button and slide to power off.
With a hair dryer, heat the edges of the iPad Pro for 2 to 3 minutes.
Careful to only heat the edges, not the screen. Otherwise you'll damage the LCD.
Insert the pick on the right side between the frame and the screen.
Do not use force, if it won't come off, do not hesitate to heat the edges up again.
Put the picks between the frame and the screen.
This enables to keep the screen lifter while removing the rest of it.
Do the same at the top of the screen.
Heat up the left part and continue removing the screen.
Put the picks between the screen and frame to keep it opened.
Use the hair dryer again and heat up the bottom part of the iPad.
Use the nylon spduger and gently remove the screen.
There are 2 antennes glued as shown in red on the second picture.
The home button cable is very close to the edge, careful not to damage it.
Start by lifting the screen at the top.
Put your hands on each side of the screen and lift it from the bottom to the top.
Do not remove it just yet, it is still attached to two cables.
Use the cruciform screwdriver and remove the 3 screws circled in red.
Then with a pair of metal tweezers, remove the screen connectors cables bracket.
Use the nylon spudger to remove the first connector.
Do the same step on the second connector right next to it.
Use the cruciform screwdriver and remove all screws circled in red.
The with the nylon spudger, remove the antenna cable linked to the logic board.
Do the same on the 2nd antenna located on the side.
Use the nylon spudger to remove the right antenna.
Slide the spudger's tip under the rest of the antenna to remove it.
Repeat this step for the left antenna.
Grab the antenna to remove it from the rear panel.
Insert the spudger flat end under the antenna block and take it off.
The right WiFi antenna of your iPad Pro is now disassembled.
You can replace it by a new on if you have connection issues.
Do the steps 15 and 16 to remove the left antenna.
Then with the nylon spudger, remove the antenna block.
Lift the antenna block with the nylon spudger.
The two WiFi antenna on the iPad Pro are now disassembled.
In case of a connection issue, replace both antennas if needed.
To reassemble your iPad Pro follow this guide in reverse order.
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