Apple will reportedly launch a pilot program to repair devices as old as the iPhone 4S

Apple is reportedly preparing a “Repair Vintage Apple Products Pilot” program for a number of devices that were previously too old to repair, according to 9to5Mac. Although Apple reserves the right to refuse to repair a device if it doesn’t have the parts in stock, the pilot program will eventually mean that devices as old as 2011’s iPhone 4S or a MacBook Pro from mid-2012 will be eligible for repair by Apple and its authorized service providers. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report.

Earlier this week, Apple proudly proclaimed that its new MacBook Air and Mac mini are both made from 100 percent recycled aluminum. The company also recently hit the milestone of being powered entirely by renewable energy…

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