Apple announced the extension of its self-repair program.

Users can now self-repair iPhone 15 and all M2-equipped Macs, including MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac mini, Mac Pro and Mac Studio.

The program also launched in 24 new European countries. These include Croatia, Denmark, Greece, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland.

In the US, the company launched the Apple Diagnostics service, which allows customers to conduct comprehensive device diagnostics. Previously, Apple Diagnostics was only available through authorized service centers. The service will launch in Europe next year. [Apple]

Source: Iphones RU

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