It has been done by other websites for many years and Apple never seemed to care about the low numbers it usually gets, but now the Cupertino company is doing its own thing.
Apple has started in France by indicating how easily an iPhone or Mac can be repaired by giving it a score. The numbers are quite in line with the numbers from other repair sites like iFixit.
The numbers can be found on Apple’s French support page and include details on how easy the parts are to obtain, how much the parts cost, and how much it costs to (re) install the software.
It is not clear whether Apple will also implement this repair index for other countries. In France, a law has been in force since January, giving citizens more rights to have equipment repaired or to have equipment repaired and to promote the recycling of electronics. Manufacturers are required to give a reparability rating to their products and that figure can be scrutinized and disputed by other competitors, consumer organizations and anti-fraud organizations. Since this law only came into effect in France, it remains to be seen whether these figures will also emerge in other countries.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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