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APPLE will soon begin repairing Face ID on iPhones without needing to replace the entire device.
The service will be available in both Apple stores and Apple authorized service providers, according to a new report by Macrumors.2Apple is allegedly beginning "same-unit repairs" for Face ID issues
Phones that will be compatible with the service include iPhone XS, which came out in 2018, and newer models.
An Apple representative said in a memo obtained by Macrumors that authorized technicians will start to have access to a new camera service part called TrueDepth.
The part contains all Face ID and front camera modules, which would allow for "same-unit repairs," the report noted.
Apple said the move will lower the carbon footprint of their products by decreasing the company's whole-unit repairs overall.
The proposed solution should also decrease the amount of iPhone owners who would lose data because of phone replacements due to Face ID issues.
Not to mention, for many users, this new option will be much more affordable than replacing their device – although the memo did mention details surrounding pricing.Most read in News TechGAME ON PS5 is getting a major change that will save you loads of timeSTAR BURST Nasa reveals stunning image of space TRIANGLE made by tsunami of star birthsE.T PHONE HOME Mysterious signal tracked to nearby galaxy as astronomers hunt for aliensSEX POSITIVE First vegan sex toys revealed as expert claims gadgets are tested on animals
It is not clear when the service will be available at Apple stores or affiliated service providers.
The company, did, however, say that technicians will need to receive training at some point this year.
The news of the new service comes a few months after Apple announced its new “Self Service Repair” program.
The Self Service Repair program hopes to not only make repairs easier but cheaper for customers, enabling them to fix their devices at home.
That initiative is due to launch in the United States in the earlier half of 2022.2It is unclear when the same-unit repair service for Face ID is due to startCredit: AFP
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Jai Herbert reveals his young son sparked shift in mentality that led to career-best UFC win in face of potential axe
JAI HERBERT had the weight of the world on his shoulders when he returned to London’s O2 Arena this summer - but he performed like a man free of any fear.
The Black Country Banger’s back was well and truly up against the octagon going into his UFC London clash with Kyle Nelson in July following consecutive losses.7Jai Hebert turned in a masterful performance in his clash with Kyle Nelson in JulyCredit: GETTY 7The win took place at the same venue where he suffered a brutal KO loss to Ilia Topuria three months earlierCredit: GETTY 7Herbert staved off the demons from his first ill-fated trip to the O2 ArenaCredit: GETTY 7And heCredit: GETTY
But despite his UFC career potentially being on the line, Herbert turned in a virtuoso performance to have his hand raised via unanimous decision.
More impressively, however, he managed to put the memory of his brutal stoppage loss to Ilia Topuria three months earlier to bed.
He told SunSport: "This time I went there and I was more focused. I just went in there and I thought, 'I'm gonna win this fight.'
"'It doesn't matter how, I'm going to win the fight in three rounds.' That was the mentality I had.
"So I wasn't looking at the crowd and I wasn't looking cageside and seeing all the famous people sitting around. I wasn't even looking at Kyle, I just looked through him.7Wolverhampton warrior Herbert is hoping to put together a win streak inside the octagonCredit: GETTY
"I just saw a body there. And I thought to myself, 'It's me against me.'
"And I knew if I do everything right, I'm winning the fight. And that's what I did."
Herbert’s remarkable ability to compartmentalise arguably the worst moment of his career and perform under pressure was in part instilled in him by his father.Most read in MMAUNHAPPY HOSTS GMA hosts Robin & George are 'furious with TJ & Amy's 'messy' romance scandalSCARY SETBACK Today’s Al Roker ‘rushed back to hospital’ just hours after releaseJEAN-IUS Kourtney reveals her jean size after fans praise her for showing off curvesSLIM JIM Duggar fans shocked after dad Jim Bob drops 35 lbs & looks 'unhealthy' in photo
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The former Cage Warriors lightweight champion said: "I've had ups and downs in my career and that [the Topuria loss] was a big thing.
"And a lot of people probably couldn't have done that.
"Two or three months later after having a devastating loss in your home town, UFC London, the biggest show in the world, coming to your country and you're fighting there.
"I think it's just how I've been brought up and the circumstances I've had in my life [that have helped me].
"You can't let these things bother you. You've just got to keep on going and pressing forward.
"Worse things happen in life than losing a fight. I think I've had a strong mindset from going up in the rough areas of Wolverhampton and strong parents like my dad.
"My dad not letting me be a little p***hole, to be honest."7Jai Herbert is proud of the mental fortitude he showed to bounce back from his loss to Ilia TopuriaCredit: GETTY
Fatherhood has also played a role in Herbert's shift in mindset.
He said: "Ever since the losses I've had and coming back - especially the last one - I wanted to get the win and come back.
"Because I didn't want my son growing up and seeing what happened and that I flopped in the UFC. In a way, he's given me a big boost.
"I want him to say that, 'My dad, he went through some hard times but he came back and was strong.' And hopefully, that sets a good example for him when he grows up and becomes a man.
Now that he’s back in the win column, Herbert’s next goal is to put together his first win streak in mixed martial arts' premier promotion.
He said: "I want a win streak, man. To have a win streak in the UFC is a very hard thing to do. I just want to win my next fight.
"When I came to the UFC, I thought, 'I'll do this and do that and get in the top 15 in the next two years.'
"I feel like I've just got to concentrate on the task at hand. So that's all I want to do.
"My next opponent, I want to go in there with the same mentality I had with my last fight and just get the win. Let's try to get a win streak going."Read More on The US SunOUCH, KIM Pete Davidson has ‘met his intellectual match’ in Emily RatajkowskiSICK PLOT 'Catfish' slaughtered family in triple murder after teen refused to send nudes 7Jai Herbert feels like he's finally coming into his own in the UFCCredit: GETTY
Squeezing another fight in before the end of the year was a priority for slick striker Herbert.
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