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Apple allows iPhone repairs at home

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Apple will allow users to repair smartphones and computers on their own. This was reported on the company’s website.

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The American company announced the launch of the Self Service Repair program. The IT giant will sell popular iPhone and Mac parts and post repair instructions to the public. Apple will sell parts for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 first, followed by parts for M1-based Macs.

Self Service Repair is reported to kick off early next year in the US. During 2022, the program will be expanded to other countries. “Initially, it will focus on the most commonly serviced components such as the iPhone display, battery and camera,” the company said. More than 200 parts can be ordered from the Apple Store to help you fix popular iPhone issues at home.

“Expanding access to genuine Apple parts gives our customers even more choice when they need repairs,” said Apple COO Jeff Williams. However, the corporation believes that for most users, choosing a verified service center is more suitable than home repairs.

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“We never thought that we would live to see this day” – reacted to the announcement at iFixit, whose specialists are engaged in the popularization of self-repair.

Earlier it became known that Apple will allow third-party service centers to repair the iPhone. Before that, replacing the display on a smartphone in artisanal conditions was almost impossible, since in this case there was a high probability of failure of the Face ID sensor.

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