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Independent repair shops in 32 countries may join Apple service program for free

Christian Fernsby |
Apple is expanding its Independent Repair Provider Program with additional options for customers to access repair services.

Topics: APPLE   

The program enables businesses of all sizes to offer repairs on iPhone using genuine Apple parts, which ensures safety and quality.

Following the launch of the program in the U.S. last fall, over 140 independent repair companies have joined with over 700 new U.S. locations now available to customers, and businesses in Europe and Canada can now sign up.

There are now over 700 Independent Repair Provider locations across the U.S. providing out of warranty service for iPhone. The over 140 new repair businesses participating in the program vary in size and include uBreakiFix, with locations across the U.S.

Independent repair shops in 32 countries across Europe as well as Canada can now apply for Apple’s Independent Repair Provider Program.

There is no cost to join, and the training is free for new businesses.

Apple has also continued to offer more repair options for customers through its growing global network of over 5,000 AASPs that help millions of people with both in and out of warranty service for all Apple products.


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