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In 2016 iFixit started accepting Apple Pay.
It's easy to check the status of your order:
Once an order is placed, an invoice associated with your order is generated inside your iFixit account. You can view, save or print individual invoices for each order in the Order History of your iFixit account.
To find your invoice:
If you have placed an order with iFixit but you haven't received any emails, then there may be a couple issues.
If you haven't already, check your Spam or Junk folder. Filters can be overly aggressive causing legitimate emails to be lost.
If you are still logged into your account, check your email address here. Sometimes the incorrect email address is provided or there is a typo. Be sure to double check it.
If you no longer have access to the account, contact iFixit, and iFixit can try to locate the account for you.
Please note: For security reasons we may require additional verification before providing access to your account.
If an item is currently out of stock on our website, fear not! iFixit is likely to get it back in stock soon. Occasionally, some parts such as logic boards or older generation parts may not be as readily available as some newer parts.
Please Note: Your best bet is to sign up on the notify list via the product page when an item is out of stock. This way you'll be set to receive an email notification as soon as they become available again.
In late 2014, iFixit begans receiving used parts from an electronics recycler that gleans working parts from devices they receive. The supply of these parts is extremely volatile due to the fact that they do not know which old devices will be donated or sold to them. This is the case for many of our non-Apple parts.
iFixit love their customers and empowering people to fix their own things, but they do NOT offer repair as a service. However, there may be an independent repair shop or technician which participates in their iFixit Pro wholesale program that may be able to assist.
Also, you can visit iFixit Official Website to get more helps, faqs and knowledge base.
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