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Apple has recently expanded its self-service repair program to provide parts and tools for Mac desktops and joined the extensive iPhone support.
Newly supported Macs include the M1 iMac, M1 Mac mini, and Mac Studio, joining the list of Mac laptops the company added to the program in August.
Apple launched a repair program for customers in April, initially supporting the iPhone. This allows people to order genuine replacement parts, access the tools needed for repairs, and read Apple’s repair manuals.
The company expanded the program in Europe in early December to customers in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK. However, Macs are currently only available for repair in the United States six colors.
Apple launched the program as a way to address concerns about the Right to Repair movement. Advocates don’t fully agree with the program, but say it’s a start.