Apple launches iPhone self-service repair program

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Apple launches iPhone self-service repair program
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Apple announced today has launched its iPhone self-service repair program, announced late last year, to iPhone 12, iPhone 13 and third-generation iPhone SE users, with plans to launch in Europe later this year Will allow to make some repairs at home in the United States.

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Apple says original repair manuals and Apple parts and tools will be available here a new self service repair shop, In the store, customers will have access to over 200 individual parts and tools. At first, the store will only include devices for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 lines and the third-generation iPhone SE. Apple says it plans to expand the store with tools, manuals and parts for Macs with Apple silicon chips later this year.

To perform a repair, customers will first need to review their product’s repair manual and the specific repair on Apple’s support website. They can then order the necessary parts and equipment from a self-service repair shop and begin repairs. Apple says all equipment and parts offered in the store undergo “extensive testing to ensure the highest quality, safety and reliability.”

While customers must order the parts needed for repairs, Apple will provide a $49 kit that includes all the necessary tools for customers to make the repairs. The rental kit will be available to customers for a week before it needs to be shipped back to Apple and shipped for free. This rental option provides flexibility to customers who do not wish to purchase and purchase equipment for the same repair.

The program is part of Apple’s efforts to “further expand access to repairs,” according to the company. Nevertheless, Apple warns that the “vast majority” of customers should still visit a professional repair provider, such as an Apple Store, to ensure that their devices are repaired safely and reliably. . Over the past three years, Apple has expanded its repair network to include more than 3,000 independent repair providers and more than 5,000 authorized service providers worldwide.

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