Right to Repair (iPhone edition)
@craigmaloney This is my thinking as well:
"This way, Apple gets credit for walking you through an 80-page repair, instead of building phones where — say — you don’t need to remove the phone’s most delicate components and two different types of security screws just to replace a battery."
I'd love to believe "the market" will solve the design problem, but I've yet to see it. Only regulations can ensure devices are designed to be repaired (or to replace a friggin' battery).
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