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Apple’s Self-Service Repair Isn't for Everyone

Just because you now can, doesn’t mean you should

Photo by Ali Abdul Rahman on Unsplash

Right to repair advocates are cheering Apple’s decision to sell repair manuals and original Apple parts to regular people, enabling for the first time “Self Service Repair” of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 lineups (Macs are coming soon).




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Lance Ulanoff

Lance Ulanoff

Tech expert, journalist, social media commentator, amateur cartoonist and robotics fan.

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