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Apple's Self-Service Repairs Expand To Desktops Like iMac, Mac Studio

Thursday December 22, 2022. 12:20 AM , from Slashdot
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Apple's Self Service Repair program continues to roll out in new regions and to new products. Earlier this month, the program expanded from the United States to eight European countries. Now, US customers are gaining access to manuals and parts for new devices: Mac desktops. As reported first by Six Colors, the program has now been extended to cover the Mac Studio, M1 Mac mini, M1 iMac, and the Studio Display.

Up until now, it only covered the M1 MacBook Air, M1 MacBook Pro, the iPhone SE, and iPhone 12 and 13 models. This expansion only applies in the US, though; the previously mentioned European countries will have to wait to gain coverage of these additional devices, it seems. iPhone or Mac owners can go to Apple's website to buy or rent repair kits, including parts and manuals, to perform repairs themselves rather than take their devices to the Apple Store or a repair shop. Apple's Self Service Repair first launched in the United States in April, with an initial focus on the iPhone.

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