If you signed up for Apple’s self-service repair program, you can now get spare parts for Apple’s M1 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops.
After a brief shutdown/maintenance period, Apple’s self-service store is back online and has added trackpads, displays, batteries, and other spare parts to fix your own computer.
The store also offers batteries, screens, cameras and other spare parts for the iPhone SE, iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. Apple has also offered the option to buy or rent the tools first party required to complete the repair to Apple’s specifications. The repair manuals offered with the devices were extremely detailed for the spare parts available. Customers can also rent all the tools needed to repair the devices for $49.
The storefront is now live and offers spare parts for the M1 MacBook Air and M1 MacBook Pro laptops, including keys, fans and speakers for Touch ID, display and motherboard in all its varieties starting from the base model with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD to the most high-end M1 Max motherboard for the 16-inch MacBook Pro with 64GB RAM and 8TB SSD storage.
If you’ve had a chance to try Apple’s Automatic Repair program, please let us know your experience in the comments.
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