The iPad Air 2 dropped on October 22, 2014, boasting a thinner, lighter design and faster speeds than its predecessor, the iPad Air. In addition to new internal hardware and dropping a few grams, the iPad Air 2 also features Touch ID and Apple Pay, allowing users to unlock their device and pay for items online with just their fingerprint.

The iPad Air 2 also includes an improved 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with 10 frames-per-second burst mode and slow motion video capabilities. While the iPad Air 2 was discontinued entirely in 2017, it was also the first iPad to include a gold color option, expanding on the silver and space gray options seen with the previous iPad Air.

Even if you treated your iPad like your own child, accidents happen. Maybe you dropped it on the kitchen floor and shattered the screen one evening, or maybe its camera simply stopped working all on its own. Whatever the problem, whatever the cause, you need a fix -- and fast.

That's where iCracked comes in. Our all-star team of repair technicians will meet you at a location of your choice, at a time of your choice, to fix your iPad! That's right: Want to have your iPad repaired at work? We can do that. What about at that coffee shop a couple blocks down from your apartment? No problem. Want us to meet you at your front door? We can do that, too. Hit "repair my iPad Air 2" above to get started on the road to repair.




Color options: Gold, Silver, Space Gray

Resolution: 2048 x 1536

Storage capabilities: 16/32/64/128GB

CPU: Apple A8X with 64-bit architecture

Size: 240 x 169.5 x 6.1 mm


Weight: 0.963 lb. (Wi-Fi model), 0.979 lb. (Wi-Fi + Cellular model)

Front camera: 1.2MP

Display: 9.7-inch Retina HD 

Rear camera: 8MP


Here's What We Can Fix


Cracked Screen

It's a tragedy, having such a big, beautiful display and then having a crack -- or multiple cracks -- running right through it. If you're tired of looking at your shattered screen, give us a heads up. We'll send an iTech to you to fix your iPad.

Charging Port

Without a working charging port, your iPad's going to have a fair bit of difficulty, well, charging. If yours hasn't been working lately, check to see if dirt or dust may be stuck inside and clean, if found. Still not working? Let us know.


Have FaceTime calls resulted in a lot of huh?s and what?s from your friends and family lately? If callers are hearing static or weird, crackling noises when speaking to you, you may have dust or debris stuck in your mic. Give it a check and a clean. If that doesn't solve the issue, contact us to get set up with a repair.

Headphone Jack

You can fit a ton of media on an iPad Air 2. Unfortunately, you're going to have a lot of trouble actually hearing it if your headphone jack isn't working. Take a peek and see if dust or anything else may be lodged in it and clear it out. If you're still having audio issues, it's definitely time for a repair.

Home Button

Without a working home button, accessing your vast library of apps is going to cause you headaches. Often when a home button isn't working, it's due to dirt, grime, or other gunk causing it to stick. Clean your home button thoroughly and see if that helps. If not, let's get you set up with a repair.

Ear Speaker

If you're hearing fuzzy or staticky sounds coming from your iPad's ear speaker, it's possible you have dust or other foreign objects stuck inside. Quickly spray some compressed air to clear anything out that might be causing problems. If that doesn't work, you're likely in need of a fix.

Side Button

Nonfunctional side buttons are usually the fault of spilled liquids, like soda or juice, or dirt and grime build-up. Give your side buttons a good clean. If they still refuse to budge, let us know and we'll have an iTech sent your way to fix your iPad.

Front/Rear Camera

Are your photos turning up blurry, or does your camera outright refuse to open? You're probably looking at a hardware issue. Fortunately for you, iCracked can handle camera repairs with ease. Hit "repair my iPad Air 2" above to schedule a repair.

Power Button

A stuck power button can be frustrating, but this is usually due to stickiness caused by dirt or grime. If cleaning your power button doesn't do the trick, don't panic: iCracked is on the case. We'll send a repair technician your way to handle things.

Loud Speaker

Have you noticed that coming coming from your iPad’s loud speaker is blanketed with static or weird, crackling noises? There may be dirt or lint stuck inside it. Remove anything that might be causing problems and see if that fixes things. If not, let us take care of it.