IT House News on June 22. According to Macrumors, due to the continuous supply chain problem, Apple now allows users to take home maintenance equipment home to prevent the shortage of components from being longer than expected. When the maintenance parts arrive, the customer can return the device to complete the repair.
The IT House learned that if the user takes the equipment home, the notification will be received when the parts required by the equipment maintenance. From this day, users will return the equipment back to the service center for 5 days.
At present, this new policy is being implemented in some areas. Whether the users who are waiting for maintenance parts are qualified to bring the equipment home by the service center. Logically, this is only applicable to users who are running normally and in a state of use.
Macrumors said that Apple has been dealing with the supply chain issues that affect iPhone and Mac in the past few months. Sources revealed that in MacBookPro's maintenance parts, the 16 -inch MacBookPro display currently takes two months to reach some regions.
In terms of other components, some MacBookPro and MacBookair models, including batteries, keyboards, etc., may take several weeks.