Apple Full Turn: Soon you can repair your iPhone screen or replace a dead battery


Apple has long been known as a company that has not been very warm to the idea of ​​home-repairing the company’s equipment. However, it appears that the company is making a complete turnaround in this area.

The technology giant is starting to offer home-based repair packages for both iPhones and Macs, The Verge write. In practice, this means that a knowledgeable consumer does not need to have their handset or computer serviced by Apple or a third-party dealer.

Of course, this option would only apply to individuals who have the know-how to carry out renovation work.

The first to be offered is the repair kits for the iPhone 12 and 13 series handsets as well as the M1 Macs. Parts provided by Apple could repair monitors, batteries, and cameras. In addition to these, other patches are expected in the future.

Internationally, this project is called the Self Service Repair Program, which first starts in the United States, from where it later moves to the rest of the world.

TechCrunch can even tell you that home-based maintenance of equipment might not even void your product warranty, even if damage done during the repair is not covered by the warranty.

The program is scheduled to begin in early 2022.


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