Apple launches self-repair program Cook: If you are good at it, do it yourself
Apple CEO Cook is optimistic about the upcoming self-repair program, and believes that it is an ideal choice for technicians or fruit fans who are good at repairing.
This project is expected to come out in 2022, and will open the fruit powder to purchase original parts and related tools for the general repair of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.
Cook was interviewed by reporters when attending the opening ceremony of The Grove, an Apple retail store in Los Angeles, and expressed his views on this self-maintenance painting and other areas. He said: “We know that some people want to do their own repairs, and they are professionally trained. You can think of them as readers of the technology magazine “Popular Mechanics”. We like this group of people and focus on them all our lives.”
Cook said that it feels great to provide maintenance manuals and related parts to the general public for self-maintenance. He also said that if the public is not convenient for self-service repairs, they should be handed over to the Apple repair center. Cook said: “If you are good at repairing, just do it yourself.”
Cook also told reporters that the thing he is most excited about during the holiday shopping season is that Apple has prepared the best series of products in history. Although he did not specify which products, he said: “I love each product. It’s like asking parents which child they love most.”
The reporter asked Cook about how the relationship between humans and technology has changed during the COVID- 19 pandemic . Cook believes that technology “has greatly increased the importance of our daily lives, helping us to keep in touch with others and work.”
Cook is optimistic that the new crown epidemic is about to end, but the whole society will adopt a mixed office after the epidemic, and learn valuable experience from remote work.