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Apple is expanding its Self-Service Repair program to more of its products, including the iPhone 14 series, 13-inch MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro powered by M2. The company says its certain repair services are now available in certain counties.

Apple first announced its Self-Service Repair in 2021, which led to the program’s offering to specific Apple devices, including the iPhone 12 and 13, in April 2022. Now, the company wants to cover more of its devices, especially the newer models. This Wednesday, Apple says that iPhone 14 users can now try the program, which also now includes more Mac models. Also, Apple says its True Depth camera and top speaker repairs for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 lineups and Mac desktops with M1 are now available in the US, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.

Alongside this Self-Service Repair expansion, the company says it is also making updates to its System Configuration process that uses a post-repair software tool. “Self Service Repair users can now initiate System Configuration by placing their devices into Diagnostics mode and following onscreen prompts,” Apple shares in a recent blog post. “Users no longer need to contact the Self Service Repair support team to run the final step of a repair, but the team will still be available to assist as needed.”

In the end, while the Self-Service Repair program sounds inviting, Apple underscores that it is only ideal for individuals familiar with the process. Specifically, the company encourages the “vast majority of users who do not have experience repairing electronic devices” to visit certified technicians from authorized repair providers with genuine Apple parts.


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