Can you repair your iPhone or iPad or Mac notebook? Yes. Do you want to? No. Jeffrey explains how Apple really doesn’t want customers to fix anything:
Guess what? You can’t repair your Mac. Or, your iPhone or iPad or Watch or AirPods. Why not? Those gadgets are just too complex for the average customer to repair so Apple doesn’t make it easy to do yourself.
What about the so-called Right to Repair?
Apple is against it and makes their products more difficult for customers to repair, which requires us to take our products back to Apple or authorized repair centers to fix. That’s wrong. Apple should make step-by-step manuals for repair, and the parts we need, to repair what we want. When we screw it up, then Apple can charge us more to re-repair our repairs.
Seem fair to me.