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Apple’s Repair Program Isn’t All That it Claims to Be

So, What’s the Catch?

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Last week, Apple announced a “Self-Service Repair Program” that will supposedly grant iPhone users access to genuine iPhone parts to carry out at-home repairs. Set to debut towards the beginning of 2022, it seems like an impressively promising program, especially when you consider it’s coming from one of the most anti-self-repair…

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