Apple alongside its service partners can now repair issues and damages of Face ID on iPhone without replacing the whole iPhone and provide affordable repairs.
Last week, there are many sources have claimed that Apple’s official retail locations and authorized resellers as well as service providers now reportedly working on a new way to repair the TrueDepth Camera system and Face ID.
On Wednesday, 2nd March, as per a new memo seen by MacRumors, Apple has started providing parts to its official business spaces and authorized service providers with the aim of allowing Face ID repairs to customers at an affordable price point and making it environmentally sustainable by repairing the actual problem instead of replacing the entire unit.
Note that the repairs may vary based on the service provider, location as well as device condition, and authentic and verified problem. However, the new repair service is currently only available for the users of the iPhone XS and later, according to the publication.
As of now, there are several countries and regions where the new iPhone repair is not available, including Argentina, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad, and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
And there is no confirmation regarding when the availability probably expand to these countries in the future.