IFixit CEO and Co-Founder, Kyle Vince, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and others do not use half a word in question Great technology, Is very difficult to repair their devices. Deliberately.
We have seen manufacturers restricting the ability to purchase spare parts. Warda, a German battery manufacturer, sells batteries to a large number of companies. Samsung uses these batteries in its Galaxy earphones … but when we go to Wardha and ask if we can buy that part to repair, they tell us’No, our agreement with Samsung does not allow us to sell it‘. Similar things often happen.
The same goes for Apple with some of the chips needed to charge the MacBook Pro, while making it memorable. First Surface Laptop, The only device he took Zero iFixit repair score.
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In short, it is not only difficult to repair devices, but also accurate in obtaining suitable spare parts. It is not difficult to imagine why Help This is as important a business as sales (unless it is very profitable). Fortunately though There are those who say no, Even in Europe.
Via: Windows Central
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