What you need to know
- Apple is embracing right to repair.
- The company is going to let customers repair their own iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 devices.
- Support for M1 Macs will soon follow.
The company stated:
The service will start with displays, batteries, and cameras, with more modules on the way "later next year."
The service will include repair manuals available using the Apple Self Service Repair Online Store, which will also offer parts and tools to let customers complete repairs.
It comes as a growing Right to Repair movement wants companies like Apple to make its devices more easily repairable and more accessible for individuals. Apple says support will soon follow for M1 Macs such as the MacBook Air with M1 and 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1.
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