Apple’s self-repair program now includes M3-powered Macs

Additionally, Apple plans on making its remote diagnostic tool available to customers with M3 Macs starting next month. The tool, which Apple first introduced for M2 Macs and the iPhone 15 late last year, allows users to test devices to ensure “optimal part functionality and performance,” while also identifying any parts that might need repair.

Apple also says it’s streamlining the System Configuration process for “all Mac models.” The change will no longer require Mac users to contact Apple support to validate the repairs they’re making, which has been criticized as an unnecessary step. Apple notes that its team “will still be available to assist as needed,” and that the updated process will arrive in countries where Self Service Repair is available next month.

Source: The Verge

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