Apple will no longer repair an iPhone reported as stolen or lost

By | March 31, 2022


If someone reports an iPhone as stolen or missing, Apple will no longer repair it. That’s according to a leaked internal memo that informs Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Services Providers of the new repair policy.

Repair technicians will see a message pop up in their internal MobileGenius or GSX systems telling them the device is stolen/missing. In that case, they’ll have to decline repairs.

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