Apple is mentioned to be introducing a new restore strategy to correct hardware concerns on the iPhone twelve and the iPhone twelve mini that earlier desired the units to be replaced. In accordance to an inner memo sent by Apple to its authorised services suppliers and accessed by MacRumors, iPhone twelve and iPhone twelve mini phones with hardware concerns this kind of as a cracked rear glass would now be fixed employing a new restore strategy commencing February 23. The services suppliers are mentioned to be acquiring a new “iPhone Rear System” portion that helps make the repairs attainable.
In an inner memo, cited by, MacRumors, Apple says that iPhone twelve (Overview) and iPhone twelve mini (Overview) versions that are unable to be powered on or are dealing with concerns with the Encounter ID technique, logic board, or the enclosure of the gadget this kind of as cracked rear glass, would be repaired by technicians employing a new restore strategy.
A new “iPhone Rear System” portion staying produced offered to Apple authorised services suppliers (most likely which includes Genius Bars), will enable technicians to substitute Encounter ID technique, logic board, and even the rear glass panel of an iPhone twelve or iPhone twelve mini rather of obtaining to substitute the total unit, in accordance to the memo. Nevertheless, some concerns will nevertheless demand replacements, this kind of as concerns with cameras, which can not be fixed with similar unit repairs.
Without having especially naming the nations, Apple reportedly says in the memo that the new similar-unit repairs will be presented in areas the place the iPhone twelve and the iPhone twelve mini are offered. It adds that the move supports the company’s ongoing dedication to minimizing the carbon footprint of every single products that it sells.
The iPhone twelve series launched in India final yr also consists of the iPhone twelve Professional and the iPhone twelve Professional Max.
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