For example, Brobrolab, another Moscow-based service center, has launched a fundraising campaign to continue its work. The company’s founder, Dmitry Kiryanov, attributes the problems to EU sanctions against Russia, which have interrupted the supply of spare parts for computers and tablets.

The drop in customer flow made the situation worse. Izvestia sources close to IT distributors suggest that other Apple ASCs not associated with major retailers such as Re:Store or M.Video may close in the near future. Indirect deliveries of Apple spare parts through the Baltic company have also increased the terms of warranty repairs and the cost of post-warranty service.

Macs and iPads are excluded, although Apple Care+ warranties continue to apply to some devices, such as the iPhone and Apple Watch. Market participants assure users that there should be no problems in repairing devices purchased via parallel import, as spare parts for Apple equipment are available.

Source: Ferra

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