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Apple starts offering parts and tools needed to repair your own MacBook


Apple starts offering parts and tools needed to fix your own MacBook
Those who want to repair their own MacBook can get the parts and tools through Apple's Self Service Repair program.
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Apple’s Self Service Repair program is about to expand to recent MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models. This will give those who want to fix their macOS notebook access to repair manuals and genuine Apple parts and tools.

The program began offering the info, parts and tools needed to fix recent iPhone models in spring 2022.

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