You can fix yours now iPhone alone

You can fix yours now iPhone alone

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  • Before consumers can even order the necessary parts, they must review a manual detailing the repair. Consumers can repair parts of the smartphone including the display, battery and camera. After reading the manual, consumers then go to a special store on Apple’s website to order the necessary parts. Consumers can also rent tool kits for $49 if they plan on performing a single repair. Elon Musk is set to buy Twitter: What will that mean for its users? Here’s what we know.

  • Do you have an iPhone that needs to be repaired? You now have the option of repairing it yourself. Apple debuted its Self Service Repair service on Wednesday, allowing customers to buy the parts they need to repair their own iPhones. The programme is now available for the iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and the most recent version of the iPhone SE, but Apple intends to expand it to additional devices, including Mac models with Apple CPUs.

Amazon Go: Inside the new cashierless store moving in to the suburbs When Apple introduced the program last November, the company emphasized repairs are for consumers with experience fixing electronics. “For the vast majority of customers, visiting a professional repair provider with certified technicians who use genuine Apple parts is the safest and most reliable way to get a repair,” the company said.

Last month, Samsung said it would roll out a similar program for customers to fix their Galaxy S20 and S21 devices as well as the Galaxy Tab S7+. The new initiatives come amid an increased effort supporting consumers’ right to repair their own devices. Last July, the Federal Trade Commission unanimously adopted a policy statement supporting the right to repair, including increased enforcement and potentially new regulations. Follow Brett Molina on Twitter: @brettmolina23. This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Apple Self Service Repair: You can now fix your own iPhone

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