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Current version by: Justin Ogihara ,

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With the growing support for Right to Repair and the inevitable push for it to become legislation, it’s nice to see companies taking a step forward to be more consumer and repair-friendly. I think wewe’ve gotta give credit where credit is due, but I do wonder about the specifics of the program. I’d hope Apple just repairs the screens, but I also do think there is a possibility that Apple will simply replace the entire device which would further contribute to the e-waste problem. However small the step may be, it is still a step in the right direction and cheers to Apple for that.
With the growing support for Right to Repair and the inevitable push for it to become legislation, it’s nice to see companies taking a step forward to be more consumer and repair-friendly. I think wewe’ve gotta give credit where credit is due, but I do wonder about the specifics of the program. I’d hope Apple just repairs the screens, but I also do think there is a possibility that Apple will simply replace the entire device which would further contribute to the e-waste problem. However small the step may be, it is still a step in the right direction and cheers to Apple for that.

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Original post by: Justin Ogihara ,

Text:

With the growing support for Right to Repair and the inevitable push for it to become legislation, it’s nice to see companies taking a step forward to be more consumer and repair-friendly. I think we gotta give credit where credit is due, but I do wonder about the specifics of the program. I’d hope Apple just repairs the screens, but I also do think there is a possibility that Apple will simply replace the entire device which would further contribute to the e-waste problem. However small the step may be, it is still a step in the right direction and cheers to Apple for that.

Status:

open