If you’ve ever taken an Apple Watch to an Apple Retail Store for repair , you’ve probably had it replaced with a new one , as it’s usually difficult to repair. Right now if we take an Apple Watch Series 1 n to be repaired it will be replaced by an identical one if necessary but it seems that the parts of this equipment are running out. That’s why a recent report collected by MacRumors from Apple would be giving the SAT permission to start replacing the Apple Watch Series 1 with a Series 2 if necessary and if the warranty conditions are met.
The model that would be affected by this shortage of components would be the Series 1 of 42 mm, and that is why if there is no stock of this equipment s e can replace by the superior version: the Series 2.
The report is not very clear which model in particular is affected or if it applies to both models made of aluminum, ceramic, gold, stainless steel … We understand that if this measure would apply to all countries where there is a presence of Apple not limited only to the U.S., but certainly this decision will depend on the stocks of this device in each of the stores. It is also unclear whether the 38 mm models of the Apple Watch Series 0 and 1 are also included.
What is clear is that we must keep in mind that from the Apple Store we replace our Series 1 by a Series 2 something that will undoubtedly sit well. Obviously this situation will occur as long as we have the device under the brand warranty which in Spain is two years.
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