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First generation Apple iPad with Wi-Fi, available with 16, 32, or 64 GB. Model Number A1219. Repairs are straightforward and do not require heat.

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How to replace the storage module?

I didn't notice in the teardowns where the storage module was (16Gb/32Gb/64Gb)...did I just miss that and how would you replace it?

Thanks.

K Martin

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Good question

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In the tear down, the memory was on the Logic Board, so technically, you could, but you would have to replace the entire logic board to do so. I don't think it would be worth it.

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Yup; it's not possible, it's soldered down to the board. BGA, at that.

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