iPad Water Damage
One of the most common culprits of damage to your iPad device is something we all use on a daily basis: water. It may splash innocently on your tablet as it rests on a table in your kitchen or submerge it completely as it falls out of your bag into the pool while on your weekend getaway.
You may have heard that the common antidote to water damage is to place your device in a container of rice to supposedly dry it out. However, this technique is not effective, especially if the water has seeped deep into your device. What’s worse, waiting for the rice to magically dry out your iPad device can unfortunately lead to corrosion or even worse damage. The best response to tablet damaged by water is to get it to a repair shop like Experimac of Klein as soon as possible. Doing so can mean the difference between repairing your iPad device, or having to get a new one.
At Experimac of Klein, we specialize in repairing Apple® products so you can feel confident that we are experts at repairing iPad devices. By bringing in your iPad product immediately after it has been damaged by water, you will receive a quick and thorough examination of your device to assess how deep the damage is and prevent it from further damage. The device will be opened and carefully dried to assess whether or not corrosion has begun. If so, components may need to be cleaned or replaced.
Our Apple experts will fix your tablet in a respectable time frame, sometimes even within the same day or hour that you bring it in. We also offer a 90-day warranty on all repairs so you can count on us even after you leave the store. Our warranty works like this: if something breaks, we will repair or replace the defective part at no cost to you. Can you ask for more? Please note that water treatment is not covered by our warranty.
Water damage to your iPad device is a frustrating situation, but one that can be resolved if you act fast. So toss aside that bag of rice and contact our Apple experts at Experimac of Klein if your tablet is in need of repair from water damage.