iPad Pro: Easily remove scratches - how it works!

How do I get rid of annoying scratches in the iPad (Pro)?

iPad Pro: Scratch removal is not that difficult at least with the display. Photo: Sascha Tegtmeyer
iPad Pro: Scratch removal is not that difficult at least with the display. Photo: Sascha Tegtmeyer

Nothing is more annoying than a scratch on the iPad Pro Display or on the case of the device. Since there is such an effort and tries to protect his good piece with covers and foils. And yet: Hardly ever paid attention, there is somewhere an annoying iPad Pro scratches. So what can you do?

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We really tried it. Yes, we have taken the greatest effort our great big iPad Pro 12.9 that we have in the endurance testto protect from scratches. If you've just bought your iPad Pro and there's no scratch on the display so far, you're in luck. In that case, you have more options for how your device can be protected from scratching.


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The best way to avoid scratching the iPad from the outset!

Sooner or later, the first scratch will appear

Unfortunately, I know from experience that all efforts only partially fruit and sooner or later but the one or the other scratches on the iPad Pro can be found. The tablet is just a technical commodity and you can see him at some point. As long as the device still looks good, but you have various influence options. You can do the following to protect your iPad Pro from scratches.

1. Buy an iPad Pro case

If you have your iPad Pro just new, It makes the most sense to provide the device with a shell that encloses as possible the whole case. For example, there is a case directly from Apple, which also includes the Apple Pencil and protects the iPad as well as possible. However, this costs more than 100 Euro and is therefore not really cheap. If you do not have such a huge budget for your case, there are numerous models already much cheaper. In any case, I recommend a cover that covers as much as possible of the device and clean. The less space there is between the gadget and the cover, the less dust, pebbles and grains of sand can chew on each other and cause scratches.


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2. Use protective film on the iPad Pro Display

In addition to a shell, the tablet should also be secured with a protective film on the glass. Although the manufacturer indicates that the display of the iPad Pro should be relatively difficult to scratch. In practice, this often looks different. Once not paying attention and nasty scratches have crept into the display of the iPad Pro. Meanwhile, you will find a huge selection of screen protectors for your iPad Pro, which you can choose as you like: There are matte films, especially thin and crystal clear films that are barely noticeable and also bulletproof films for the various iPad Pro models. However, we know from experience that the larger the device, the more difficult is the bubble-free application of the protective foil. When assembling, you should stick to the instructions of the film manufacturer and apply the protective film accordingly. Most good providers have a simple and detailed description.


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If you stick to these two simple tips, that's half the battle. With luck, you will not have many scratches on your iPad Pro. However, if you have not been paying attention and already have scratches in the device, there are still ways to fix the problem.

The silver frame scratched easily. Photo: Sascha Tegtmeyer
The silver frame scratched easily. Photo: Sascha Tegtmeyer

iPad Pro: remove scratches in the display - how it works!

Once the child has fallen into the well and there are already spots on the screen, it may still be helpful. Removing scratches on your iPad Pro is not that difficult. On the Internet you will find numerous polish pastes such as Displex or Autosol, with which you get your good piece with a bit of luck completely back. In any case, it can be used to reduce scratches. Some superficial scratches may even be completely removed. However, the instructions of the polish manufacturer should be observed as far as possible. In addition, you should be careful with your iPad Pro Display handle. If in doubt, the polish paste should rather test first on the edge of the display and see how the product reacts with your device. Otherwise you can use a polish paste to remove scratches from the device's display. If in doubt, you should get advice from an Apple certified professional.


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Scratches and dents in the iPad Pro case

Significantly more difficult is the whole, if not the display, but the housing or the frame is affected. The iPad Pro 12.9 from 2015 and 2017 still have the same silver edge as the iPhone 5 and 5S. This thin, silver rim is particularly prone to scratches. And removing dents and marks here is a lot harder than getting the display back in order. We have not even tried that yet. You probably have to replace the entire case. If in doubt, you should order a new case for your iPad Pro on the Internet and attach it according to the manufacturer's instructions. In case of doubt this is not so easy. Therefore, you should always consult with scratches in the case of the iPad Pro to a certified repair service, which will assist you in the removal.

With such nasty dents in the iPad Pro only helps to exchange the case. Photo: Sascha Tegtmeyer
With such nasty dents in the iPad Pro helps only a replacement of the housing - preferably directly from the manufacturer. Photo: Sascha Tegtmeyer

At Many Apple products have scratches problems in the display and in the housing. Just like other manufacturers are iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus) and the iPad Pro experience, after a certain period of use something lediert. That's what happens, because it's about everyday utensils. Because wear traces are simply not enough. With some devices, these tracks are easier to remove, others are a little harder. To remove scratches from the iPhone display is pretty easy. The scratches from the case of the MacBook Pro 2016 It is almost impossible to get away again. Particularly robust against scratches is the Apple Watch: In the Model tested by us, the Apple Watch Stainless Steel Space Black, scratches did not creep even after months of use.

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About Sascha Tobias Tegtmeyer 93 Article
As a journalist, passionate diver and ambitious stand up paddler, I've become more and more specialized in water sports topics. For several years as an online editor, content and SEO manager for the year Top Special Verlag in Hamburg, I edited the leading diving portal TAUCHEN.de editorially and am at home in the water sports industry. My passion is the sea and all the activities that can be practiced on, in, on and under water. To give this child a name, I created www.just-wanderlust.com - for all people who love the sea - love to travel and water sports like diving, surfing, stand up paddling.