Apple is expanding its self-service repair program to Europe. This also gives users access to original parts, tools and official manuals for selected iPhones and MacBooks. The service is now available in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Great Britain.
The covered devices include the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 series as well as the iPhone SE (2022), but not the latest iPhone 14 models. MacBooks with Apple chipsets are also supported, but the latest M2 MacBook Air is not.
The spare parts prices in Germany range from 77 euros for an iPhone 13 battery up to 330 euros for a display assembly package. The same parts and tools cost 70 or 282 GBP in Great Britain. You also get a credit if you send the exchanged component back to Apple.
A display and an angle sensor for the MacBook Pro 14 cost 734 euros in Germany, a mainboard for the entry-level model with 16 GB RAM and 512 GB of memory costs 959 euros. The same components are 650 GBP and 850 GBP in Great Britain. Renting the fitting tool kit for iPhones and MacBooks costs 59.95 euros / 54.90 GBP for a period of seven days.