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The Future Must Be Fixable

A great device can still be a pain to repair

A teardown of Microsoft’s Surface Duo foldable phone. Photo: iFixit

Earlier this month, movers dropped and shattered my television. It was less than a year old and, it turns out, completely unsalvageable.

The original manufacturer, LG, shrugged: Accidental damage understandably isn’t covered under warranty. The company’s…




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