Apple’s Self Service Repair Program Expands to iPhone 14 Users and More MacBooks

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Repairing your smartphone seems to be the latest trend in town, considering that Apple is one of the major tech companies that offer such a possibility to its users. The Cupertino-based tech giant has a special self-repair program that allows iPhone users to disassemble their smartphones by following precise indications and tutorials while also having access to the necessary tools.

Tech giants have rapidly understood that anyone feels uncomfortable when it comes to leaving his smartphone in the hands of a stranger, even though that individual is a professional who works in a GSM service. Anybody can learn how to repair his own phone if he has access to the right tools and indications.

Apple expands its Self Service Repair to iPhone 14 and the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro

Apple has announced through its official website the expansion of its Self Service Repair program to all of the iPhone 14 models and new MacBooks, such as the 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air that are powered by M2, starting today. In this way, users will have access to manuals, Apple parts, and tools that are also available in Apple Authorized Service Providers and Apple Store locations.

In other words, you have all the chances to safely repair your iPhone 14 or M2 MacBook Air or MacBook Pro since you’ll get everything you’ll need to get the job done like a pro.

But wait, there’s more! Here’s what else Apple has to say:

Apple will also make the System Configuration process used for iPhone repairs, such as displays, batteries, and cameras, even easier to use. System Configuration is a postrepair software tool that ensures repairs with genuine Apple parts — designed and tested to internationally recognized standards — were completed correctly, and the parts are working properly. The tool is available for free to all Self Service Repair users and participating service providers in Apple repair programs.

Yesterday, we shared the news about Samsung expanding its own self-repair program to Europe. Feel free to read that article as well!

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology, as are many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the hardware area, where he covers the latest news regarding smartphones, laptops, PC components, and so on.