Apple has expanded its DIY repair program to include more models, such as the iPhone 14 and selected MacBooks. Customers receive a kit with tools and original parts to make repairs at home. However, this service is only available in limited countries. Apple has also improved its software tools, including a post-repair tool to ensure genuine parts are installed correctly. Critics argue that the program is still challenging due to the cost of parts and complexity of repairs. However, it represents a step towards giving users more control over device repairs.