Your favourite iPad 2 features on its bottom side a wide rectangular port, which is called dock connector.
What exactly is a dock connector?
The dock connector is the the main external interface on your iPad 2, and it is how you charge your device, connect it to your PC, and use various accessories. It features 30 pins capable of charging your device and transmitting a wide range of data and control signals.
With the everyday use of your iPad 2, it is likely that some of the dock connector pins are heavily worn. This may cause various issues during its use. Furthermore, potentially due to age, accident, or bad usage, its normal operation may be impacted, without evident wear.
Dock connector damage indications:
If one day you notice that your iPad 2:
- Is no longer charging properly
- It is not recognized by your computer, or it cannot sync with iTunes.
- The port has sustained damage, and the insertion of cable or the connection to peripherals is hard or impossible.
then the dock connector is probably at fault. Some of the pins may have been bent or loosened, or damage to the underlying circuit may have occured, resulting to malfunction. Don’t worry though, since it is easily repairable.
To repair the damage and retain the perfect iPad 4 function you must make sure to change the faulty component. Our professional technicians will check your iPad 4 and verify that damage accurately and will inform you accordingly.
At EasyService, we restore the dock connector of your iPad 2 to its prior functional state, swiftly and professionally, so that you can enjoy it to the fullest as soon as possible!