In what the official Apple repair team could do and offer users an alternative to repair their damaged iPhones, the technology giant reportedly closed a deal with third party vendor and service provider Simply Mac to provide authorized screen repairs.
According to a 9to5 Mac report, Simply Mac is one of the largest service provider chains recognized by Apple in the world and only five out of 50 stores have the right tools and equipment. The company had carried out unofficial screen repairs by third parties because the tools required for authorized repairs are not provided free of charge by Apple.
Now it seems that the two companies have come together where the iPhone maker will provide the necessary equipment and tools, and in turn Simply Mac will have to stop third-party repairs.
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