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Apple Expands Self Service Repair to iPhone 15 and M2 Macs Across Europe

In an exciting development, Apple has broadened its Self Service Repair program to encompass the latest iPhone 15 series and Mac models featuring M2 chips. This expansion includes popular devices like the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro, the 15-inch MacBook Air, Mac mini, Mac Pro, and Mac Studio.

This announcement comes with even more good news for Apple users in Europe, as Self Service Repair is now accessible in 24 additional countries. Notable additions to the list include Croatia, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal, and Switzerland. With this recent enhancement, Self Service Repair caters to 35 Apple products in 33 countries and is available in 24 languages.

Furthermore, Apple is introducing the Self Service Repair feature alongside Apple Diagnostics in the U.S., with European availability expected next year. Aimed at users possessing the expertise to repair Apple devices, Apple Diagnostics provides troubleshooting sessions similar to those offered by authorized service providers. This allows users to test devices for optimal part functionality and identify components that may require repair.

Introduced in 2022, Apple’s Self Service Repair program empowers Apple device owners to conduct repairs in the comfort of their homes using genuine Apple parts, repair manuals, and tools.

For those interested in taking advantage of this program, the process is straightforward. Customers start by reviewing the relevant repair manual and instructions on Apple’s support website. Subsequently, they can order the necessary parts and tools from the Self Service Repair Store and initiate the repair process.

Apple emphasizes that while the Self Service Repair program is a significant step toward enhancing access to repairs, the “vast majority” of customers are still encouraged to seek assistance from professional repair providers, such as Apple Stores, to ensure the safety and reliability of their device repairs.

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