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Wednesday, 10 November 2021

Apple backtracks, will release update allowing third parties to replace iPhone 13 screens without breaking Face ID


Apple, long known for its opposition to the right to repair movement, attracted more controversy recently when iFixit confirmed that using an independent repair shop to replace the screen on an iPhone 13 renders Face ID useless. Upon detecting a new screen, the handset displays a message that reads: "Unable...

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