Apple rolls out Self-Repair Service for MacBooks: Check details

Apple rolls out the genuine parts and service tools from today. The tech giant is starting the self-repair program for the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro with the M1 chipset.  

Apple will offer the tools that can be bought to or rented for one-time use by paying $49 (Rs 3,920 approx). 

The technology giant Apple is all set to extend its self-repairing service to its MacBook users. 

Apple announced the Self Service Repair programme and a rental tool kit for people to fix their iPhone SE, iPhone 12 series, and iPhone 13 series

Self Service Repair for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro offers more than a dozen different repair types for each model, including the display, top case with battery, and trackpad, with more to come. 

To start the Self Service Repair process, a customer will first review the repair manual for the product they want to repair by visiting 

Every genuine Apple part is designed and engineered for each product, and goes through extensive testing to ensure the highest quality, safety, and reliability. 

Follow these steps to perform a variety of out-of-warranty repairs for iPhone and Mac, such as display replacements. 

1. Start with the repair manual

2. Order parts and tools for an Apple product repair

3. Repair your device

After receiving the genuine Apple parts, follow the technical instructions in the repair manual for your iPhone or Mac model to perform the repair.