Apple Self Service Repair program now includes iPhone 14 series and M2 MacBooks
The Apple Self Service repair program is expanding to cover even more devices including the iPhone 14 series, the 13-inch M2 MacBook Air and the 14” and 16” M2 MacBook Pro. In addition, Apple is bringing support for True Depth camera and speaker repairs on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 lineups as well as Mac desktops with the Apple M1 chip in the U.S., Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the U.K. Users of the aforementioned devices can now order genuine Apple parts, tools and repair manuals to fix their phone, laptop or desktop.
In addition to the expanded lineup of devices, Apple is now making the System Configuration process on iPhone repairs free for Self Service Repair users and members of the Apple repair program. The tool is used to verify displays, batteries, Touch ID or Face ID and camera repairs on iPhones with genuine Apple parts and previously required users to contact Apple support to complete the process. Users will need to place their repaired devices in Diagnostic mode and then follow the screen prompts to complete their System Configuration.
- 25 Jun 2023
- 23 Jun 2023
Does the self service gives me 2 years of warranty even i try fix on my own??? I really dont think so. So this makes no sense.
- 21 Jun 2023
If you think that apple is trying to maintain monopoly, don't forget that people have created this demon, they have to pay the price for it. It is karma.