Apple service will arrange for you to repair your phone yourself

Apple (Apple service) is planning to allow users to repair their phones themselves. The company has announced that it will make it possible to purchase spare parts for Apple products next year. A program called Self Service Repair will post a repair manual on Apple’s website.

The phone user will be able to customize it as instructed in the manual. Display displays that often need to be repaired due to breakdowns; Battery The program will begin with components such as a camera case.

More than 200 components and tools will be available at the start of the program. More names will be added later. Only available for iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 at the start of the Self Service Repair program. Later, it will be included in Apple’s Mac M1 chip program.

Prices will be announced at the beginning of the program. The statement said that the price offered by the phone repair service providers will be the same as the price offered to the customers.

For the second time in two days, Apple services were down

Apple services, including iCloud, have been shut down again. 

According to Apple Insider, the Cupertino-based Apple suffered a second outage in two days. Popular Apple Apps such as Apple Music, App Store Apple Books The Mac App Store and Podcasts were down for almost two hours on Tuesday, and now the issue is resolved, according to The Verge.

Downdetector, which monitors network status during a service outage, reported that more than 4,000 people had problems with Apple Music and nearly 4,000 could not access iCloud. An Apple Music user who suffered a network outage said he could not access half of his music on Apple Music.

It’s interesting to see why not all the songs on Apple Music are offline and only half are available. Weather, Game Center Some of the Apple Card and iCloud Web Apps are down. Apple also warned of possible delays.

This Monday, iMessage, iCloud Apple Maps and Apple TV went down. During the second Apple service outage, some users were able to access some apps on a regular basis, while others did not. Now all Apple services can be used again.