Apple has finally rolled out a new self-repair service for its entire MacBook lineup
Apple has been attempting to provide more self-repair programs for its devices in order to make them more reliable for consumers to self-repair. This service was previously available for Apple goods, including iPhones, and it is now available for MacBooks as well. But with this new self-repair program, users will be able to fix their own MacBooks, and Apple will try to make sure that they have all the parts and tools they need to do so. Apple has stated that it has already disclosed all such associated information, as well as original parts and repair tools, required for its new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro lineups that include the M1 processor onboard. Let’s learn more about this self-help program.
Apple Self-Service is now available for MacBooks
As previously stated, Apple has expanded its support for self-repairing devices, beginning with its iPhones and iPads and now including its MacBook portfolio. Although the mending service is now only available for M1 models, it is likely to be expanded in the future. You can also acquire a premium Apple tool package to use while having your MacBook fixed. This new Apple kit has a price tag or rent amount that will be applicable for one-time use for only $49, which converts to roughly $3920 in INR.
In addition, Apple will provide new original parts for these MacBooks to replace the damaged parts. This new self-repair service was added by Apple as part of a huge set of new policies in Cupertino. It will help the company comply with the Right to Repair law in the U.S., and it is also likely to spread to a few parts of Europe.
Not just Apple, but also Google and Samsung, which have expressed interest in this new endeavor, will follow this new norm of self-repair and have the potential to have a visible impact. Many more companies that make things are likely to join this program soon, which will make it easier for users to take care of their devices. According to the most recent reports, this new self-repair technique is more likely to make its way to India in the near future. But as Apple starts to roll out this campaign across the country, we will give you more confirmed news.