Apple Extends Self Service Repair for Mac Desktops

Fix your 2022 Mac Studio and more with genuine Apple parts and tools.

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A man bent over a MacBook with the cover removed. He's got a screwdriver poised over the logic board, and the laptop surrounded by neatly organized tools and screws on a blue static mat.

Apple on Tuesday again expanded the Self Service Repair program it launched earlier this year, adding more desktop models. You can now personally try to fix your 2021 M1 iMac, 2020 M1 Mac Mini or 2022 Mac Studio and Studio Display, the company told CNET via email.

You can replace or repair components such as the display, speakers, fan, Wi-Fi antenna, logic board, audio board and more. Visit the online Self Service Repair store to buy Apple parts or rent the tools you need for a repair.

Earlier this month, the repair program spread to eight European countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK. 

See more information on Apple service and repairs here

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