Apple launches a free screen replacement program for the Watch
Apple launches the California based tech organization, has as of late been concentrating on the after-deals administration and repairability of its gadgets. Back in June, Apple banded together with Best Buy in an arrangement which made the last a guaranteed Apple fix focus. A few days back, the organization reported that it will give free fix shops access to authentic Apple parts.
Hot on the heels, Apple declared today a free screen substitution program for the aluminum models of the Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 3 whereby Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider will supplant the screen unit for nothing out of pocket given that the Watch shows a particular kind of split.
The renders released by Apple illustrate the type of cracks the company is covering under the screen replacement program. The company believes that only under “very rare circumstances” do the cracks come up, and that, “the crack may begin on one side and then may continue around the screen.”
There are three ways that customers can get their Apple Watch repaired under this program. They can either reach out to Apple support or make an appointment at a nearby Apple Retail Store or find an Apple Authorized Service provider. After sending in the Watch, Apple claims that it will be returned to the customer in approximately five business days.
Not all Apple Watch models will be covered as a part of this program. Apple has detailed the variants which will be covered, no other models will be eligible for repair under this program:
To clarify, this program does not extend the standard warranty coverage of the Apple Watch. Furthermore, the program covers the eligible models for three years starting either from the date of the first retail sale of a unit from within the models enlisted or from the start date of this program, depending on whichever period is longer.
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