Apple has now made available repairs for Face ID to customers of the industry-changing iPhone X without replacing the entire device by expanding the program.
According to a memo seen by MacRumors, the company now expanded the program for Face ID repairs for iPhones to the iPhone X launched in 2017, which is also a birth of Face ID.
Last month, Apple started providing the parts for the TrueDepth camera system to Apple retail stores and authorized service centers as well as allowing technicians to repair Face ID without replacing the entire phone.
Initially, the new service is limited to iPhone Xs and later but now, Apple includes the iPhone X to offer cheaper and more environmentally sustainable means of device repairs to customers.
Note the repair service may not be available for customers in all countries and regions, 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.”