Apple’s Self Service Repair Program Finally Reaches Europe

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Apple’s Self Service Repair program was finally introduced in the United States in April of this year, after the company had announced plans the previous year to give users the option of repairing parts of their gadgets at home. In the beginning, the program only supported a few different iPhone models, but after a few months, the company began providing assistance for Apple Silicon MacBook models as well. Apple has now extended the service to Europe, making it possible for even more customers to do in-home repairs on their iPhones and Macs. Visit the website for Apple’s Self Service Repair program in order to place an order for the necessary components and tools in order to do repairs on your own iPhone or MacBook.

The Self Service Repair program from Apple is now accessible to users in an additional eight countries, namely Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Sweden, in addition to the United Kingdom. Users in these locations can now purchase authentic parts and tools directly from Apple in order to conduct common repairs on Apple Silicon MacBooks, iPhones in the 12 and 13 series, and iPhones in the 12 and 13 Plus series.

Users of the program get access to more than 200 different tools and parts as part of the package. In addition, consumers receive comprehensive repair guides that are intended to assist them during the procedure. Apple claims that the parts that are offered through the program are identical to those that are available to approved repair providers and that the prices for both sets of parts are the same. Apple also provides tool rental kits, which can be purchased for $49 and come with free delivery, to consumers who are unable to undertake repairs on their own devices because they do not have access to the necessary tools.


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