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« on: August 19, 2020, 04:05:18 pm »

Apple's Independent Repair Provider Program for Macs has some restrictions

Apple provides more details about how repair shops can work on the Mac.

What you need to know


Apple has clarified its independent repair program for the Mac.
Repair shops can only work on out-of-warranty devices.
They are also unable to ship Macs to an Apple repair center.


Apple has provided independent repair shops with some more details about how they can work on the Mac.

Reported by MacRumors, an internal document clarifies some of the rules that repair shops must folllow under the program. While they were be able to begin ordering genuine Apple parts and tools on August 17 and can work on all Mac models, there are some restrictions that they must operate under.

One such restriction is that indepenent repair shops are limited to working on out-of-warranty Macs. They are also unable to ship a Mac to an Apple repair center on behalf of a customer.

The full list of details in the document are below.


 
  Qualifying repair shops can gain access to Apple genuine parts, tools,...

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