Apple gave its Apple Support website a good overhaul this week. The new design is more modern with larger images, new icons, and easier access to some of the most common Apple Support issues. Head below to take a closer look.
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The overhaul was spotted on Apple’s support site by developer Mario Guzman at Mastodon, who noted that the update replaces “boring, flat icons” and now “uses actual images and colorful icons.” Large, real-world images of Apple products are at the top, with quick links to the company’s various product categories directly below.
As always, the new design also provides three top-level links to some of Apple’s most popular support topics:
- Forgot your Apple ID or password
- Apple repair
- Billing and subscriptions
From there, Apple encourages users to search for more topics, “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 reaffirmation of Apple’s commitment to “access to safe, reliable, and secure repairs using Genuine Apple Parts.”
Apple’s new support site also focuses on AppleCare+, with the company touting that this gives you “unlimited accidental damage protection repairs, 24/7 access to Apple experts, and more.”
Overall, this is a great design that brings the Apple Support website into the era of modern Apple design. The previous design looked very dated compared to the rest of the Apple website. Even some of the images in the previous design showed previous-generation devices running outdated software.
You can check out the new design of the Apple Support site for yourself here.
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