You may want to avoid automatic MacBook Pro repair – here’s why

Apple’s self-service repair program is still fairly new, but it’s already expanding. Recently the company added support for MacBooks with M1 technology, allowing people to fix any problem without necessarily paying for an official repair. Unfortunately, repair experts I fix it (opens in a new tab) I have some harsh words on how to set up automatic repair on the MacBook Pro.

As iFixit points out, Apple has officially started letting Mac owners order parts and guides from the self-service repair store. (opens in a new tab) on August 23, which is good news, right? However, in a strange twist, iFixit claims that the new self-repair program makes the MacBook Pro look less repairable than before.

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