Apple adds Macs to independent repairers

It house, Aug. 17 (Reuters) – Apple today announced that Macs will be added to the scope of independent repairers’ planned repairs, Reuters reported today. < / P > < p > Home understands that Apple initially launched the program last year, but only covers the company’s best-selling iPhone products. The plan, launched in the United States last year, recruited independent repairers to help users out of warranty repair iPhones. Apple will provide them with original accessories, training, and maintenance manuals. According to IDC, Apple’s market share increased to 7.3% in the second quarter from 6.3% in the previous year. In addition, apple said last month that MAC quarterly sales grew 21.6% to $7 billion. < / P > < p > currently, the program is limited to 32 countries such as the United States, Canada and Europe. Apple said 140 enterprises and more than 700 locations could apply to the program. Baidu continues to work on quantum computing to lay a solid foundation for new infrastructure construction