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  1. Apple now shows repairability scores for iPhones, MacBooks in France New regulations in the country require companies to tell consumers how repairable their products are. Angela Lang/CNET Apple has started showing a repairability score for its iPhones and MacBook laptops in its online store in France. The information, spotted earlier by MacGeneration, is required under new French regulations that came into force at the start of the year. France is requiring companies that make some electronics and household appliances to let consumers know how repairable their products are. Companies determine their own scores for devices based on a repairability index that looks at five criteria: ease of repairability, price of spare parts, availability of spare parts, availability of repair documentation, and a final category that varies depending on the type of device. It's part of a broader push in the country that aims to cut down on waste and preserve the climate. Apple's iPhone 12 lineup, including the Mini, Pro and Pro Max, all scored a 6 out of 10 on the repairability index. Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro, with the company's M1 chip, got a 5.6 out of 10. Since the scores are required by French law, it seems unlikely that Apple will start showing similar repairability information in the US. The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. You can see the repairability score for the iPhone 12, a 6 out of 10, next to the gear icon that shows up on Apple's online store in France. Apple; screenshot by CNET Source: Apple now shows repairability scores for iPhones, MacBooks in France
  2. Apple will soon be able to repair iPhone 12’s rear glass without replacing the entire device When an iPhone or other Apple device experiences hardware failures, Apple technicians perform an analysis of the device to determine whether it can be easily repaired or if the device must be entirely replaced. However, the company will soon be able to repair things like Face ID sensors and even cracked rear glass on iPhone 12 models without replacing the device. In an internal memo sent to Genius Bars and Apple Authorized Service Providers (AASP) obtained by MacRumors, Apple today informed that technicians will have access to a new method that allows them to repair more parts of the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 without the need for a replacement unit. According to the memo, the new “iPhone Rear System” will allow Apple to replace the logic board, Face ID sensors, and even the rear glass of an iPhone. Right now, if you take an iPhone with one of these issues to Apple, the company will only give you the option of replacing the device with a new one. The only components that will not be eligible for a same-unit repair are basically the cameras, which still require a replacement unit. Although the display is also not replaceable with this new method, Apple can already provide a new display without having to replace the entire iPhone. If a customer has an iPhone 12 mini with cracked rear glass, for example, technicians will be able to replace the entire rear portion of the device, with the new enclosure affixed to the original display and rear camera. For this reason, the customer’s display and rear camera must be free of damage or functional failures in order for their device to qualify for this same-unit repair method, according to Apple. This will likely reduce the time for repairs at Apple Stores and AASPs as sometimes consumers have to wait a few days before receiving the replacement unit, while some repairs can be handled in-store. The company claims this is part of its commitment to reduce the carbon footprint of the product it sells. Apple says that the new repair method will be available in all countries where the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 are sold. At least for now, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are not eligible for same-unit repairs. Source: Apple will soon be able to repair iPhone 12’s rear glass without replacing the entire device
  3. Xiaomi Proves That The Mi 11 Is Rather Easy To Repair The Xiaomi Mi 11 is rather easy to repair, it seems. Xiaomi has uploaded a new video to its YouTube channel. In it, the company’s employee disassembles the device, in order to show everyone that it’s not difficult to do. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is not difficult to repair, the company shows us in a video Do note that this video has been edited, though. It has been edited to make everything feel smooth, and to make it a bit shorter. Still, based on what we can see here, Xiaomi has been smart while assembling the device. The battery seems to be rather easy to remove. Some OEMs tend to overdo it with the amount of glue they use for the battery. The phone’s display may be curved, but it’s not difficult to remove either. In this video, the company also highlights features of the Mi 11, so you’ll see some of that too. That being said, if you’re more interested in the general durability of the phone, well, that video is out as well. The phone did get durability-tested quite recently The durability video hasn’t been shared by Xiaomi, of course, but by Zack from the JerryRigEverything YouTube channel. You can click here if you’re interested, spoiler alert, the phone did really well in those tests. The Xiaomi Mi 11 launched on a global scale quite recently, after landing in China at the very end of last year. The phone is already available to purchase as well, in some regions. You can even get it directly from Xiaomi’s AliExpress shop, if you want. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is considerably more affordable than most of its competition. The phone’s pricing starts at €749 in Europe, in case you’re interested. It comes in two storage variants, both with 8GB of RAM. The phone also includes the Snapdragon 888 SoC, 55W fast wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and much more. If you’d like to know more about the device, check out our ‘Everything You Need To Know’ article. Source: Xiaomi Proves That The Mi 11 Is Rather Easy To Repair
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  7. Third-party Mac repair shops will gain access to Apple tools, parts The new program is a compromise that represents a change in Apple's strategy. Enlarge / Removing the scissor switch in a 16-inch MacBook Pro, courtesy of iFixit. iFixit 9 with 7 posters participating Today, Apple announced that it will expand a program that gave third-party repair shops access to its own proprietary tools, diagnostics, and parts. Launched last year, the program initially only provided the resources for servicing iPhones. Now it will apply to Macs as well. As with the iPhone program, shops can sign up for the program for free, and those that do join the program will be given free training and access to parts. Apple has tried to make its own services like AppleCare+ and the Genius Bar at Apple retail stores a major selling point for would-be Mac users who want good repair options without having to figure out which shops are reliable or to do any of the work themselves. While those services often get high marks from Apple's customers, there's a major problem: the company's own Apple Store locations mainly service major urban centers in relatively wealthy nations. There are several gaps in that coverage, leaving iPhone or Mac owners who don't live in these locations with fewer options. This repair-parts program may be a first step to alleviating some of that problem. It will allow some third-party shops that serve areas that Apple Stores don't to provide a level of service for iPhones and Macs that is closer to what consumers would get at an Apple Store. Further, the expansion of this program is moving forward as Apple is the focus of intense scrutiny from lawmakers and consumer advocate organizations, as well as antitrust investigation, related to Apple's end-to-end product strategy. Apple's explicitly stated strategy is to control not just the hardware and software that make up its products, but associated services like the App Store or repair programs. The argument is that this creates better experiences for users who buy into it, but some watchdogs, legislators, regulators, and commentators argue that it is anticompetitive. The growth of this program signals something of a shift in Apple's strategy—a sort of middle ground that might potentially undercut some of those criticisms, while giving consumers in some markets more robust repair options. That said, the program remains small—it's only a few hundred shops so far in the United States, Canada, and Europe—and Apple still builds its products in such a way that access to the company's own tools and parts is optimal for many repairs. Third-party Mac repair shops will gain access to Apple tools, parts
  8. Apple makes it easier and cheaper to get your iPhone repair done by anyone Independent businesses can register free of charge to perform official iPhone repair jobs (Image credit: Future) Apple is expanding a programme which allows independent businesses to register to perform approved iPhone repair jobs into Europe and Canada. The company has been criticised in the past for making its devices difficult or expensive to repair through official channels or for third parties to gain access to genuine parts. This has increased demand for third party components and repairs which can affect device functionality. Access to repairs has become an increasingly important consideration for customers who are holding now onto their devices for longer. This is partly because of the high cost of new devices but also because of the lack of a compelling reason to upgrade. iPhone repair There is also the question of sustainability. Discarded devices may not be recycled properly, contributing to a growing e-waste problem and increasing demand for rare metals that are required for the manufacturing of new handsets. In a bid to remedy the situation, Apple introduced the Apple Independent Repair Provider Program last Autumn in the US. The programme allows businesses to register as an official repair service and gain access to official parts. There is no sign-up fee although applicants must have an Apple-approved technician. The initiative has been popular, with Apple securing 140 independent repair companies as partners and adding more than 700 locations across the US. Now the programme is being extended to 32 nations in Europe and across the border into Canada. “We are thrilled to expand our independent repair program to more locations across the US and to businesses across Europe and Canada,” said Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer. “When a customer needs a repair, we want them to have a range of options that not only suits their needs but also guarantees safety and quality so their iPhone can be used for as long as possible.” Apple makes it easier and cheaper to get your iPhone repair done by anyone
  9. straycat19

    Apple tells DIY to DIE

    A few years back, iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens told El Reg that Apple had done "everything it can" to kill off third-party repair businesses. Turns out Wiens was wrong; Apple could do even more. iFixit has now found that the new Mac Pro laptops contain dormant lockouts that, if activated by Apple, would render machines repaired by third-party shops inoperable. Specifically, if the lockout mechanism is enabled, repairs to most major hardware components in the notebooks would need to be validated by a special secret software kit only available to Apple and a handful of authorized repair shops, or the machine won't work. Fortunately, iFixit said that though these strict controls are in place, they're not yet being enforced. Its lab techs were able to get a new MacBook Pro and swap out a number of the hardware components in question without much of an issue. This has led them to believe that, so far, the lockout defense is a passive system. "Our guess is that this software tracks serial numbers and other parts data so Apple can verify Apple Authorized Service Providers (AASPs) are correctly completing repairs. It may also perform calibration, or it could simply be a way of keeping their authorized network in line," iFixit said. "Basically it means Apple owns your device, not you, and could conceivably disable it remotely if they detect unauthorized repairs going on." On the one hand, this lockout system will stop dodgy repair shops from swapping out parts for backdoored versions – such as keyboards that phone home your typed-in passwords to crooks. On the other hand, it's a neat way to shut out legit third-party repair shops that do a better or cheaper job of fixing up busted MacBook Pros than Apple's "geniuses" can. Source
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  11. Apple Extends 13-Inch MacBook Pro Backlight Repair Program Apple this week extended its worldwide 13-inch MacBook Pro Display Backlight Service Program, authorizing coverage for eligible notebooks for up to five years after the original purchase date or up to three years after the start date of the program, whichever is longer. The previous cutoff was four years after the original purchase date. Apple launched the program on May 21, 2019 after determining that a "very small percentage" of 13-inch MacBook Pro units sold between October 2016 and February 2018 may exhibit vertical bright areas along the bottom of the display or a backlight that stops working completely. Eligible models include the MacBook Pro (13-­inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports) and MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports). To identify which Mac model you have, click on the Apple logo in the top-left corner of the screen and then select "About This Mac" in the menu. Apple has not expanded the program to any other MacBook models at this time. Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider will replace the display on affected 13-inch MacBook Pro units, free of charge. To initiate the repair process, visit the Get Support page on Apple's website. If you believe your MacBook Pro was affected by this issue, and you paid to have your display repaired, you can contact Apple about a potential refund. In 2019, repair website iFixit reported that the backlight issues are caused by a delicate flex cable that can wear out and break after repeated opening and closing of the display on affected 13-inch MacBook Pro models. Apple extended the length of the flex cable by 2mm in 2018 models, which seemingly fixed the issue. Source: Apple Extends 13-Inch MacBook Pro Backlight Repair Program
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