Still, replacing the display on new iPhones won’t be such an expensive pastime.
Back in September, we reported that Apple had rolled over a serious hurdle in replacing the iPhone 13 Series display, as the Face ID sensor responsible for face recognition would become completely inoperable unless an expert relocated the microcontroller serving the sensor, which not an easy task.
The trap cannot be avoided even if we use an official Apple part, so as of now, customers who are on the verge of having to repair the cupertino’s official service must do so if they don’t want to crack their code every time they unlock it.
The highly questionable process has rightly outraged lower-priced independent repairers and free repair groups, and Apple has listened to criticism in a surprising way, as it was recently announced that the restriction would soon be lifted.
The apple company a The VergeHe revealed that a software update would be received, which would make it unnecessary to relocate the microcontroller, but the release date was not communicated to the board.
Apple’s rapid setback suggests that as the repair rights movement grows stronger, Tim Cooks will also have to rethink their old practices.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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