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Versione corrente di: Sterling Ordes ,

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-Apple keeps all of their parts and product information under wraps, so you're not going to find anything online without the Dark Web. It's best to take it to a licensed Apple technician to get it repaired, since they are the only ones who can actually manage to acquire parts legally.
+Apple keeps all of their parts and product information under wraps (yes, this even applies to the shells and cases), so you're not going to find anything online without the Dark Web. It's best to take it to a licensed Apple technician to get it repaired, since they are the only ones who can actually manage to acquire parts legally.
Good luck.

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Modifica di: Sterling Ordes ,

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-Apple keeps all of their product information under wraps, so you're not going to find anything online without the Dark Web. It's best to take it to a licensed Apple technician to get it repaired, since they are the only ones who can actually manage to acquire parts legally.
+Apple keeps all of their parts and product information under wraps, so you're not going to find anything online without the Dark Web. It's best to take it to a licensed Apple technician to get it repaired, since they are the only ones who can actually manage to acquire parts legally.
Good luck.

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Post originale di: Sterling Ordes ,

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Apple keeps all of their product information under wraps, so you're not going to find anything online without the Dark Web. It's best to take it to a licensed Apple technician to get it repaired, since they are the only ones who can actually manage to acquire parts legally.

Good luck.

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