Adhesive: it's a love/hate relationship among many repair shops. More and more mobile device manufacturers are using adhesive in place of clamps, clips, and screws, so learning the basics of adhesives, and how to properly work with them is important, lest the adhesive aspect of your repair fails, and a customer returns upset. iPads, iPods, and some phones have their screens held on by very strong adhesive. In fact, the only way to get inside an iPad is to break this adhesive bond and doing so for any reason aside from replacing a broken screen puts an otherwise good screen at risk of breaking upon removal and coming loose again after being put back. If your iPad has a damaged charge port, a broken earphone jack, or damaged buttons, the glass needs to come off. In this video, iFixit brought together a couple of representatives of Tesa Tape, an adhesive manufacturer, as well as Jessa Jones with Mendon iPad Rehab, Neils Brooks with Texas Nerd and me. This is an hour long video, but if you have any interest in producing the highest quality adhesive bond, you may find some benefit here. Enjoy! :)
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