After Apple and Samsung, now tech giant Google has also launched a self-repair program for its Pixel phones. Google Pixel users will now be able to repair their phone on their own.
Google has partnered with iFixit, an online repair community, for this. Under the self-repair program, customers will be given a step-by-step process to repair their phones. According to the need, users will be able to buy parts of the phone from Google's store, as per the report by Amar Ujala. The report stated, parts ranging from Pixel 2 to Pixel 6 Pro can be purchased from ifixit.com. As parts, customers will be able to buy iFixit, Fix Kit including battery, camera, display, etc. In this kit, tools like screw-driver etc.
will be available. Google's self-repairing program will start in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and the European Union by the end of this year. Google has given information about its self-repairing program on the blog. By the way, phone repairs will continue at Google's service center as well. Prior to iFixit, Apple has partnered with companies like Acer and Lenovo for self-repair programs for its Chromebooks. Let us inform you that earlier this week itself, Samsung has launched a self-repair program.
Under this program, users will be able to repair their Galaxy smartphones at home. Samsung has also partnered with iFixit. Samsung's self-repair program is currently only launched in the US. Apple also has a self repair program.