Apple Stores Now Offering Studio Display Repairs

Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers are now able to complete same-unit repairs for the Studio Display, instead of having to replace the entire display, according to an internal memo obtained by MacRumors.

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The change came into effect this week, with Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers now able to order parts to complete Studio Display repairs in store.

Introduced alongside the Mac Studio in March, the Studio Display is Apple's newest standalone monitor that is positioned as a lower-priced alternative to its Pro Display XDR. The display features a 27-inch screen with 5K resolution, a 12-megapixel Ultra Wide camera with Center Stage, a six-speaker sound system with Spatial Audio, one Thunderbolt 3 port, and three USB-C ports. Pricing starts at $1,599 in the United States.

Studio Display supply remains heavily constrained. In the United States, Studio Display orders placed today on Apple's online store are estimated to ship in 6-10 weeks depending on the configuration. In-store availability is also tight.

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InuNacho Avatar
9 months ago
Why does the wall look like waterproof flooring samples at Home Depot?
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jdavid_rp Avatar
9 months ago

Why does the wall look like waterproof flooring samples at Home Depot?
Did you see that desk? There was no money left for a fancy wall
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jonnysods Avatar
9 months ago
Still rocking my 2011 Thunderbolt Display. Hope these are as reliable for everyone!
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mansplains Avatar
9 months ago

Is there any chance this means they can change the display's stand, as rumored a while back?
It's not just a rumor, it's noted on the product page ('https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/apple-studio-display') itself:




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saulinpa Avatar
9 months ago
Does this mean that these displays are more likely to need repairs?
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Lucas Curious Avatar
9 months ago

Why does the wall look like waterproof flooring samples at Home Depot?
because that geek doesnt have any women coming over his place ever and his 10 year old Twitch viewers think its cool
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