- Apple is adding M1-chipped MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros to its Self-Service Repair kits.
- This means that people will be able to fix their devices at home.
- The company will rent one-week kits with free shipping for $49 in the US.
Apple is adding M1-chipped MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros to its Self-Service Repair kits. This means that people will be able to fix their devices at home.
Apple started the self-service repair programme for iPhones in April, but it was only available in the United States.
People in other countries, starting with Europe, will be able to use this programme.
This service allowed you to order an Apple repair kit so you could fix your iPhone at home.
Apple provides step-by-step repair instructions. If you don’t live near a phone repair business, this service will save you time and money.
The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Repair Kit have a lot of tools for fixing things like the screen, the top case with the battery, the trackpad, and much more.
Before starting the repair, customers can look at the company’s repair manual for each product to make sure they don’t make any mistakes. Customers will be able to order the tools they need to make the repair.
Apple says US customers can buy genuine parts and tools starting on August 23. The company will rent one-week kits with free shipping for $49.
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