gTool iCorner iPad 2,3,4 SideWall Tool G1206
With the gTool iCorner iPad 2 3 4 sidewall tool you do not need to let a bashed-up Apple tablet get you down. This product lets you quickly and comprehensively counteract what might otherwise be costly conundrums, reshaping the side of the iPads frame so that it is straight and not crooked. This tool is one that no self-respecting iPad owner should be without.
Seal the Deal
You need not be intimidated by the idea of repairing an iPad, because once you get going there are lots of guides to help you out and sources for extra advice to ensure things go smoothly. But at the end of the day, the best way to get professional results at home is to invest in products such as the Gtool iCorner iPad 2 3 4 sidewall tool.
This device has been put together by a specialist team and is engineered to allow you to go to town on an iPad to repair it, then have the means to mould the frame back into the correct shape.
The side walls can be bashed and mashed when you are doing things such as replacing the display assembly of the iPad, which is not ideal but an upshot of the way that the tablet needs to be opened. And the iCorner tool can help to put pressure on this thorny issue and literally squash it into submission.
Fun for the Whole Family
This particular variant of the iCorner tool is compatible with the iPad 2, the iPad 3 and even the iPad 4, giving you generation-spanning power to mend the frames of these Apple tablets.
This is achieved because although the technical specifications changed for each model, Apple used frames with the same side-wall specifications for each of these three members of the iPad family. As such, the tool head of this device can be used on all of them interchangeably, which could be useful if you have more than one iPad that is in need of being fixed, or are planning to develop your repair skills into a profession.
Before the iCorner was introduced by Gtool, there was no precise way to repair the frame of an iPad without risking cracks appearing or other issues arising. This is because the main method of reshaping was to use a hammer or other flat hefty object to put everything into place.
Aside from potentially damaging other components through this process, it was also possible to crack the frame and render it impossible to repair.
With the iCorner sidewall tool, things are completely different. Placing it on an iPad and spinning the screw mechanism around so that the two halves of the tool head clamp on the edge does not take much effort but delivers consistent and lasting results with none of the perils.
Your iPad can overcome critical damage with tools such as this, and the price of repairs will keep you happy while leaving a bit more cash in your bank account at the same time.