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Same-unit repairs are now available at Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers. According to an internal memo (via MacRumors) from the Cupertino giant, different components for the new lineup models are now available, allowing its repair technicians to individually replace certain damaged parts of the new iPhones.

The availability of the components should be good news for Apple as it would no longer need to replace an entire unit due to the lack of the repair components required. According to the memo, the company has confirmed the availability of back glass, battery, speakers, display, rear camera, and mid-frame parts for all iPhone 15 models.

On a side note, given there’s a limited number of components included in the same-unit repair program list, stores would still have to replace entire units with problems on certain parts. According to the memo, that includes the Taptic Engine or the main microphone that is still unavailable.

In related news about Apple repair services, Apple made the back glass replacement pricing of the entire iPhone 15 the same as that of the standard iPhone 14 models. With this, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max users should now find it a lot cheaper to replace their back glass compared to what Apple used to offer in the iPhone 14 Pro models.

iPhone 14: $169

iPhone 14 Plus: $199

iPhone 14 Pro: $499

iPhone 14 Pro Max: $549

iPhone 15: $169

iPhone 15 Plus: $199

iPhone 15 Pro: $169

iPhone 15 Pro Max: $199

Also, the company reportedly lengthened the eligibility window period for its US customers to get AppleCare+. Apple has been reportedly doing this for months now for customers who qualified for an out-of-warranty repair through an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP).

Apple introduced this deal in 2021, wherein Apple customers who failed to get AppleCare+ could still bring their damaged iPhones to an Apple Store or AASP for repairs. This will give them the chance to consider buying AppleCare+, albeit it would require them to first pay for an out-of-warranty repair.


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