For once, Apple is making it easier to repair your broken iPhone screen

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Here's something you don't read every day: Apple makes it easier to repair your broken iPhone 13. It's a rare example of Apple retreating from one of its hostile gestures that repair the right attack.

With the release of the iPhone 13, repair experts and enthusiasts quickly realized that changing the display would stop Face ID - you know, the most important security feature of the phone - from fully functioning. .

In order to maintain the functionality of Face ID, repair shops had to remove a small chip from the original screen, making it difficult to repair what is likely to be repaired; IFixit goes into more detail on the topic here. Naturally, the move was accomplished with plenty of backlash.

Credit: iFixit
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