Apple repair appointments are getting more popular.
A recent post by Reddit user jaymatthew731 made the rounds, showing a picture of a woman being given a $100 repair appointment from Apple in a store.
The image was taken from the Apple store’s Yelp app, and shows the woman being handed a plastic tool with a “screwdriver” attached.
Apple also has a similar repair app for iPhone owners, but the woman in the picture is being given an iPhone.
The picture has since been taken down from Reddit, but a screenshot of it can be seen below.
The repair appointment comes after Apple’s new $399 AppleCare+ service, which is designed to help customers get their iPhones fixed if a problem arises.
Apple has been under fire for its AppleCare service for years, with some arguing that the company’s repairs are inadequate and some users saying they aren’t getting the support they need.
In addition to the repair app, Apple has a free iPhone maintenance app, which lets iPhone owners get free phone calls, help fix a broken screen or send photos to a loved one if they don’t have access to a camera.
The service is available in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Italy, Singapore and France, with more countries coming in the future.
What’s your favourite Apple repair app?
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