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Apple’s New Repair Policy Isn’t a Total Fix

It’s a step in the right direction, but the company still has a ton of control over your iPhone

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LLast week, Apple made a stunning change to its repair policy. After years of tightly controlling who can fix its devices, independent repair shops will now be able to buy parts and get repair guides directly from Apple without…




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Eric Ravenscraft

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Eric Ravenscraft is a freelance writer from Atlanta covering tech, media, and geek culture for Medium, The New York Times, and more.

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