Apple's self-repair program now supports iPhone 14 series phones and more Mac computers

Apple announced today that it will be expanding its self-repair program to include the iPhone 14 series and more Mac models. This means that customers will now be able to repair their own devices using genuine Apple parts, repair manuals, and tools.

The new program will initially support repairs for the following devices:

  • iPhone 14 series
  • M2 13-inch MacBook Air
  • 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips

In addition to expanding the range of supported devices, Apple has also made some improvements to the self-repair program. For example, the System Configuration process has been optimized for iPhone repairs, and users will now be able to start System Configuration themselves by putting their device into diagnostic mode.

Apple's self-repair program is a welcome move for consumers who want to save money on repairs or who simply prefer to fix their own devices. The program is still in its early stages, but it's a step in the right direction for Apple.

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