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Apple Will No Longer Repair Lost Or Stolen iPhones

| Updated: March 30, 2022 19:15

According to a tip-off obtained by MacRumors, Apple Stores and authorized service providers will no longer repair iPhones that have been reported missing through the GSMA Device Registry.

The GSMA Device Registry is a database of device serial numbers with information about the status of each device. For example, if someone reports their phone as stolen to law enforcement, officials can flag the device via the GSMA, which lets repair providers in their shop never have a device missing. may help in identification.

This new policy from Apple is designed to prevent its repair providers from fixing phones that fall into the wrong hands. It builds on its existing rules, which prohibit technicians from removing the device’s Activation Lock unless the customer provides proof that they have purchased it. Apple will also refuse to repair if users put their device into Lost Mode via the Find My app, which locks the device and displays contact information on the lock screen. However, the company still hasn’t publicly confirmed the findings of these claims to MacRumors.

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