Apple gives its support website a much-needed facelift

Apple has given the Apple Support website a good review this week. The new design is much more modern with large images, new icons, and easy access to some of the most common Apple Support issues. Scroll down for a closer look.

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Apple’s revised support website was spotted by developer Mario Guzman on Mastodon, who noted that the update replaces “boring, flat icons” and now “uses real images and colorful icons.” There are large, real-world images of Apple products at the top, with quick links to the company’s different product categories just below.

As always, the new design also offers three high-level links to some of the most common Apple support topics:

  • I forgot my Apple ID or password
  • apple repair
  • Billing and subscriptions

From there, Apple encourages users to search for more themes, “get the latest” by updating to iOS 16, and contact Apple support via phone, chat, or email. There are also warnings about counterfeit parts, as well as a reiteration of Apple’s commitment to “access safe, reliable, and secure repairs with genuine Apple parts.”

Apple’s new support website also puts an emphasis on AppleCare+, and the company touts that this gives you “unlimited repairs to protect against accidental damage, 24/7 priority access to Apple experts, and more.” .

Overall, this is a nice redesign that brings Apple’s support website into the modern era of Apple design; the old design was starting to look pretty dated compared to the rest of Apple’s website. Some of the images of the old design even showed older generation devices running outdated software.

You can check out the new design for Apple’s support website right here.

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