It's official: The new iPad 6th generation's screen repair will be simple and low-cost for us to fix. Our recent tear down shows that Apple has retained the non-laminated screen design. This means the screen technology consists of a separate digitizer and LCD (compared to the fused construction of the iPad Pro models). This is a similar construction to all base iPad models going back to the iPad 2 released in 2011.
Two of our stellar technicians, Chris and Leo, put together this video. It's short, simple, and to the point.
There are a few things of importance from this video:
As a company that's been fixing iPads since 2011, we are excited to see Apple both providing affordable iPads and constructing them in such a way that the screen repair process will be simple and low-cost (as opposed to the iPad Air 2 or iPad Pro models which are quite expensive to fix).