Apple provides repair services for its products, both through product mail-in and on-site at many of its stores. In addition, some office and technology companies repair Apple products, such as Micro Center Computers and Electronics.
Apple repair services include iPhone screen damage, battery and power issues, and other repairs. With iPhone screen repairs, official Apple retail stores strive to complete the repair within one day, whereas mail-in phones result in a new or repaired phone within three to five business days, according to the Apple website. Cost depends on warranty details and phone type.
Options for battery repair from Apple include visiting an Apple repair store or chatting online with an Apple Support representative to diagnose the problem. The Apple website includes a page where customers can check on the repair status of their devices. Customers enter Case or Repair IDs and postal codes or serial numbers to access repair status information.
Micro Chip Computer and Electronics advertises on its repair webpage repair services for Apple iMacs, MacBooks and Mac Minis. The company's technicians receive certification from Apple to repair the company's products, and they also have access to Apple's online repair database. Although it does not explicitly mention Apple devices, Staples does advertise repair services, and Apple includes Staples as authorized Apple product resellers.