The tech giant has made the new service - which can be accessed through the company's support site - available in the US under certain circumstances.
If the criteria are met, you'll see an onsite repair option alongside the existing mail-in and instore choices.
The support page notes: "In select locations, onsite service may be available."
Go Tech Services - which lists itself as an Apple Authorized Service Provider - is behind the repairs, while the company's website says these services can only be booked via Apple's site.
According to MacRumors, the feature looks to be limited at the moment, with its availability currently set to just Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Houston, Dallas and Chicago.
Furthermore, it only seems to cover certain repairs at the moment, with The Verge noting options for iPhone screen repairs - but not other devices, or for other repairs like battery replacements.
Meanwhile, Apple says an "onsite visit fee" could be charge on top of the regular cost of the repair.