Apple today expanded its self-repair program to include Mac desktops with Apple silicon, according to Jason Snell of Six Colors. Parts, tools and repair guides are now available for iMac, Mac mini and Mac Studio with M1 series chips and Studio Display, allowing customers to do DIY repairs.
Parts availability for Mac desktop and Studio Display is limited to the US for now, although the program is expanding to Belgium. , France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK earlier this month. Mac desktop repair guides with Apple Silicon and Studio Display can be found on the Apple website.
Mac desktop and Studio Display tool kits can be rented from the Apple Repair Shop for $49 each . be returned after seven days.
The program first launched in the US in April and provides customers with access to genuine Apple parts, tools, and guides for self-repairing iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and 3rd generation iPhones. SE models. In August, the program was expanded to include MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models with M1 series chips.
Apple says the program is for people who “have experience repairing electronic devices.” Apple says it's best for the “vast majority” of customers to go to a “professional repair provider” such as the Apple Store.
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