iPad repairs are as common as getting a haircut or any maintenance. It cannot be denied that repairs are part of your iPad maintenance. iPads are, after all, fragile things. Not to mention, the most common iPad users are children, making iPads susceptible to unwanted damage.
When you use your iPad for an extended period of time, it becomes faulty or temporarily damaged. These are most likely the result of hardware failure, screen damage, or water exposure.
You could always get a new iPad, but that is a more expensive option. Plus, you might have become attached to your current iPad and not yet ready for a new one. So, that’s where repairs come in.