Are you going to be repairing your own Apple devices?
Apple made some waves when it introduced the Self Repair Program, which launches in the early stages of 2022. It makes it possible for owners of eligible Apple devices to do their own repairs — but will you actually do it?
Apple Loop: Stunning iPhone 14 Leak, Urgent iPhone 13 Update, Apple’s Shocking U-Turn
This week’s Apple headlines; the iPhone 14’s shocking new feature, Apple’s modem moves, fixing Safari on macOS, Apple’s U-Turn on iPhone repairs, WhatsApp for Mac and iPad, why AirPods aren’t cool, the return of Fraggle Rock, and more.
Apple will begin allowing DIY iPhone repairs in 2022
The Right-to-Repair (R2R) movement can celebrate a huge victory today as Apple has announced it will sell Mac and iPhone parts, tools, and manuals to private individuals. The “Self Service Repair” program will allow customers with the technical skills to make…
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Third-Party iPhone 13 Screen Replacements Won’t Break Face ID in iOS 15.2
iPhone 13 users seeking to avoid exorbitant authorized repair costs have a reason to cheer. The latest iOS 15.2 beta now allows screens to be replaced at home or through independent repair shops without breaking the Face ID feature.
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