Apple Expands Self-Repair Program to Include iPhone 14 and Newer MacBooks
Apple is making its Self Service Repair program more accessible by extending support to its latest devices and streamlining the repair process. Starting from June 21st, customers can now obtain the necessary parts, tools, and manuals to fix the iPhone 14 lineup, as well as the M2-based versions of the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Furthermore, users in the US, UK, and seven European countries can repair the TrueDepth camera and top speaker on iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models. The program also covers M1-based desktops like the iMac, according to Apple.