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Hello,
We have done it both ways. We only have a few flickering issues with some of the 1st gen with retina mod (usually a restore and update fixes that) but none with ipad 2nd retina or non retina lcds.
Funny story. We stumbled on this by mistake since we have 1 tray for ipad mini parts and someone removed them from the bubble wrap to fit more parts in 1 bin ( really bad idea). So we had 2 lcds we had no idea what gen they where for thus testing them on both gens at the same time.
So in theory it does work but I wouldn't advise it. You can also use the same digitizers but you do get some irradical touch behavior due to the chips being different. Unlike the digitizers from ipad 3rd and 4th gen that work without a problem if you use either.
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Origineel bericht door: damian nene ,

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Hello,

We have done it both ways. We only have a few flickering issues with some of the 1st gen with retina mod (usually a restore and update fixes that) but none with ipad 2nd retina or non retina lcds.

Funny story. We stumbled on this by mistake since we have 1 tray for ipad mini parts and someone removed them from the bubble wrap to fit more parts in 1 bin ( really bad idea). So we had 2 lcds we had no idea what gen they where for thus testing them on both gens at the same time.

So in theory it does work but I wouldn't advise it. You can also use the same digitizers but you do get some irradical touch behavior due to the chips being different. Unlike the digitizers from ipad 3rd and 4th gen that work without a problem if you use either.

G-Squad IT Solutions

15203 s Atlantic Ave

East Rancho Dominguez CA 90221

Status:

open