6 Replies Latest reply: May 8, 2014 10:05 AM by Chris CA
brookelyn94 Level 1 (0 points)

I want to contribute to my business somehow and i though being qualified to repair apple product screens would be a bonus for us. Also maybe do repairs but just wondering what i need to be qualified in to be able to say im professional or qualified at it

  • Chris CA Level 9 (78,695 points)

    Work for Apple and get trained.

    Apple does not train others to repair iPhones.

  • brookelyn94 Level 1 (0 points)

    how do i go about that? Sorry

  • diesel vdub Level 7 (21,995 points)

    If you truly desire to work for Apple, certainly you can figure out how to find a listing of job postings on their website or visit a store to see if they are hiring.


    If you cannot figure out either of those things, it is unlikely you will ever be considered for employment by Apple.

  • varjak paw Level 10 (169,827 points)

    You may be misunderstanding what the others have said. Apple does not certify anyone not employed by Apple or by an authorized iPhone service provider (in those countries where Apple does not have direct service) to replace screens or perform any other sort of repair on iOS devices. There are no programs for businesses to be self-servicing on iOS devices.


    So there is no way you can even get any official training for iOS device repair, much less any sort of certification, for doing repairs on the iPads, iPhones or iPods your company owns. If your company has a device that require service, you must take or send the device to Apple or an authorized service provider.



  • TheDave413 Level 4 (1,000 points)

    I think the OP is asking how he can become an Authorized Apple Service Provider

  • Chris CA Level 9 (78,695 points)

    TheDave413 wrote:


    I think the OP is asking how he can become an Authorized Apple Service Provider

    -> Apple Authorized Service Provider Program


    "Program Update

    Thank you for your interest in Apple's Channel Programs. Apple is not currently accepting reseller or service provider applications in the United States. Please check the Apple Channel Programs page periodically for new information."


    He cannot become an AASP for iPhones as there are no AASP for iPhones.

    He asked specifically how to repair screens.