Apple Now Offering Face ID Repairs for iPhone X Without Replacing the Entire Device

Apple has expanded its program that allows customers to get their Face ID system repaired without replacing the entire device to the iPhone X, according to a memo seen by MacRumors. The ‌iPhone‌ X was initially excluded from the list for this program.

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Apple launched the program last month which gives Apple Stores and authorized repair centers access to parts for the True Depth camera system, allowing technicians to repair ‌Face ID‌ without replacing the entire phone. The program was initially only available for the ‌iPhone‌ XS and later but has now been expanded to include the ‌iPhone‌ X and, therefore, all iPhones with ‌Face ID‌.

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