What do relatively recent Macs and a proposed battery rule have in common? TMO writer Nick deCourville says Apple’s Self Service Repair may be the answer. Plus, Nick and Ken look at some of their favorite Apple TV+ titles of 2022.
Reports indicate that a French environmental group is filing a complaint against Apple regarding how the company handles device repairability.
Apple has officially announced that its Self Service Repair Program is now launching in eight European countries, including the U.K.
Apple has expanded its self-repair program to include M1 MacBooks, however, a report from iFixIt argues Apple may be complicating repairs
On Monday, “NPR” interviewed an expert phone repairer concerning their thoughts on Apple’s Self-Service Repair program.
In a first for the electronics Right to Repair movement, New York passed a law requiring manufacturers provide repair manuals to consumers.
Apple’s self-service repair program is a good start. It has a serious flaw, though: cost. You pay more for some parts than the repair itself.
Apple’s long-awaited self-service repair website is live. You can download repair manuals, order genuine Apple parts, and buy or rent tools.
November 2021 saw Apple announcing the Self Service Repair program. Expected early 2022, many are wondering if Apple remembers the service.
As customers receive their new Mac Studios, some are attempting to swap out parts. This is proving more complicated than it would seem.