With this novelty, Apple seeks to provide iPhone 15 users and the latest Mac models with M2 processor, such as the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, the 15-inch MacBook Air, Mac mini, Mac Pro and Mac Studio, the Ability to troubleshoot technical problems on devices independently.
Comprehensive coverage for self-repair
The self repair At Apple it is not a new system, although it is little known, it was initially presented in April 2022 and has evolved to now include the iPhone 15 line and the Mac models powered by the powerful M2 series. This advance expand the scope of the self-repair system to 35 Apple products, available in 33 countries and with support in 24 languages.
Additionally, Apple has expanded access to self repair to 24 European countries more, including Croatia, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland. Yes, Spain has been left out for the moment although it will most likely also be available in early 2024.
Apple Diagnostics – Smart Repair Diagnostics
Within the framework of developments related to self-repair, we must highlight the system Apple Diagnostics for the self repair. This system is currently available in the United States, with future expansion planned in Europe next year, this diagnostic tool is designed for users with knowledge and experience in repairing Apple devices.
The diagnostic sessions Manzana will allow users to evaluate device functionality and part performance, in the same way that Apple Authorized Service Providers and the Independent Repair Providers. Thanks to this advance, users will have the ability to identify the parts that may require repair, empowering them even more in the maintenance process of their devices.
Of course, Apple highlights the importance of experience and knowledge in device repair. For those without experience in this area, the company recommends visiting an Apple Authorized Service Provider, where you can receive advice from certified technicians. Apple has a global network of more than 5,000 Authorized Service Providers and more than 4,500 Independent Repair Providers.
Over the past three years, Apple has made an effort to expand access to its original device parts, tools and training. The number of support and repair service locations has almost doubled, with more than 100,000 active technicians supported by this network. This increase in repair infrastructure demonstrates Apple’s commitment to customer satisfaction and accessibility to high-quality services. So if you’re a techie, it could soon be easier to carry out repairs yourself in Spain. We hope that aid to begin carrying out these repairs will arrive in early 2024.