Apple allows users to rent tools for its self-repair program. Moreover, they do not sell the parts themselves, according to information provided by the manufacturer on the Internet. The self-repair program begins this week.
The cost of renting the necessary tools and other accessories is $49, and the repair kit should be returned within a week, says apple† It is also possible to purchase repair kits, but many consumers may not want these for one-time use. Parts and tools cost the same as repairers.
The store is located in A separate field, because a third party sells parts on Apple’s behalf. According to the manufacturer, these are original parts. The site offers a 403 notice at the time of writing, which makes it unclear what the prices and terms for purchasing the parts are.
Okay , Repair Manuals It can be found online. So far, only repairmen can refer to it. For now, it’s only about repair guides for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, as well as the iPhone SE. This limits the audience to self-repairs, because many people who own these devices are still under warranty.
Tweakers previously wrote a backstory about Apple Self-Service Repair† The self-repair program is starting now in the US and will expand to more products later this year, such as Macs with their own Apple systems. A self-reform program for Europe will also be launched later this year.
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