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Apple’s DIY Repair Program is ODD!

Apple finally made good on its promise to bring self-service repair to end-consumers. You can now buy an Apple Store and fix iPhones in your own home—with some weird caveats. We discuss (1) the weirdness of the new SSR program, (2) how ordering parts and tools works, (3) how Apple Stores function, (4) how Apple Authorized Service Providers (AASP) Stores function, (5) what repairs are done where, (6) and what this means for the right-to-repair movement and industry as a whole.

iFixit’s Article –
Kyle Wiens’ Excellent Tweet Thread –

Snazzy Labs on –
me on –

Credit: YouTube/Snazzy Labs

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