Apple's iPhone independent repair program has been extended to foreign countries, China may also be coming soon
According to the foreign media The Verge, Apple’s iPhone repair program for independent stores has been extended to Europe and Canada. It currently has 700 repair sites in the United States. According to foreign media The Verge, Apple’s iPhone repair program for independent stores has been extended. It has expanded to Europe and Canada and currently has 700 repair sites in the United States. Last year, Apple announced an independent repair program that allows companies to purchase original Apple parts for iPhone repairs without purchasing a complete Apple authorized service. The program has now gone out of the United States and expanded to Canada and Europe. Countries. Apple’s independent repair program has been extended to foreign countries (picture source The Verge). This program is very important for Apple because it enables independent stores to purchase certified Apple at the same price as Apple Authorized Service Providers (AASP). Component. Apple claims that its original parts can ensure 'safety and qualityJoining the program is free. But Apple said that companies need to hire Apple-certified technicians to carry out repairs. Apple provides a complete list of business requirements, including must have commercial channels and must agree to keep Apple's tools, training, service guides, and repair procedures confidential.