A recent iFixit report showed that many repairers are going out of business, rather than working around Apple's repair system.
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iFixit has called out Apple's self-repair program for making MacBooks seem less repairable, citing Apple's unnecessarily lengthy repair methods.
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Repair outfit iFixit has confirmed what we'd been hearing for weeks — third-party shops swapping out iPhone 13 screens will need to deal with the fact that Face ID will no longer work.
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Apple's Authorized Service Providers who offer customers drop-off and pickup options will receive additional subsidies from the company.
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