European launch of Apple Self-Repair

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European launch of Apple Self-Repair
European launch of Apple Self-Repair

A self-service repair program was introduced by Apple in April. Additionally, as promised, the business has now expanded the program to Europe in order to fulfill its promise. Through this program, genuine Apple tools and parts are now available for purchase in the following countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

Through Apple’s exclusive Apple Self-Service Repair Store, you can now get your hands on special tools for repairing your Apple products, as well as original Apple parts. As part of Apple’s offering of support for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models, Mac computers equipped with Apple Silicon will be able to handle a number of the most common repairs that are likely to occur.

It is recommended that users who wish to repair their smartphones themselves refer to the product’s instruction manual found at support.apple.com/self-service-repair for further information. By visiting the Apple Self-Service Repair Store, you will be able to get the necessary tools and parts to perform the repair.

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Apple’s new $49 tool rental kits will allow customers who are looking to take advantage of expert repair tools but do not wish to buy them will still be able to use these tools for a single repair. In the case of kits that are rented on a weekly basis, the customer will receive free shipping.

As part of Apple’s promise, the company has promised that all genuine Apple components will be offered at the same price as those offered by authorized Apple repair providers within its network. Additionally, customers are also able to send Apple their replaced parts for recycling and refurbishment, and they will receive a reimbursement in most cases when they do so.

In terms of the spare parts pricing of the iPhone 13, in Germany, replacement part bundles for the iPhone 13 battery start at €77 and climb up to €330 for a display assembly bundle. It is worth mentioning that the same components and tools are available in the UK for £70 and £282, respectively. It is also possible to receive credit when you send Apple your repaired component.

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