Apple Expands Self-Service Repair Program to Mac Desktops and Studio Display

Appleosophy|Apple Expands Self-Service Repair Program to Mac Desktops and Studio Display
Appleosophy|Apple Expands Self-Service Repair Program to Mac Desktops and Studio Display
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Apple on Tuesday announced plans to expand its Self-Service Repair Program to include M1 iMac, Mac mini, Mac Studio, and Apple Studio Display. While limited to the United States, Apple says parts, tools, and repair guides will be made available for these devices on their Self-Service website.

Launched in April 2022, Apple’s Self-Service Repair Program aims to provide genuine Apple parts, repair guides, and equipment rental to customers wanting to perform out-of-warranty repairs. While parts for Mac desktops are limited to the United States, the repair program is available in Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.

Customers interested in repairing their own devices can rent equipment directly from Apple starting at $49 per unit. Once customers go through the repair manual, they can visit the Self-Service Store and purchase individual parts and rental equipment.

“Every genuine Apple part is designed and engineered for each product, and goes through extensive testing to ensure the highest quality, safety, and reliability. The parts are the same ones — at the same price — as those available to Apple’s network of authorized repair providers,” says Apple.

It’s worth noting that Apple still recommends customers purchase AppleCare and take advantage of using the Genius Bar at their local Apple Retail Store. The Self-Service Repair Program serves as a program designed for out-of-warranty repairs, not repairs that may be covered under AppleCare.

Appleosophy|Apple Expands Self-Service Repair Program to Mac Desktops and Studio Display
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