Apple to launch self-repair service for iPhone and Mac users

Michael Holder
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Repair support for the latest iPhones and Mac computers are initially being offered through the service | Credit: iStock
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Repair support for the latest iPhones and Mac computers are initially being offered through the service | Credit: iStock

Tech giant to offer spare parts, tools and manuals to support customers keen to carry out device repairs themselves

Apple is planning to offer spare parts and tools for its iPhones and Mac computers to enable customers to carry out their own repairs from as soon as next year, as the tech giant seeks to expand its circular...

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