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Apple is making it easier to get your iPhone fixed at a repair shop near you

Apple is finally relaxing its stance on third-party repairs, as the company is set to expand its independent repair provider program globally. The tech giant announced last night that this program is expanding to 200 more countries. In regions such as Australia, Brazil, India, Russia, Taiwan, and Vietnam, the process is starting off next week, and the rest of the countries will follow later in the year. The company originally launched the program in 2019 to allow customers in the US to get their iPhones — specifically basic parts such as batteries, speakers, and screens — repaired from authorized third-party providers. Later, Apple included…

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