The biggest names in the fight to let you fix your own stuff come onto Cyber and explain Apple’s change of heart.
In a major shift in policy, Apple says it will sell the parts and tools necessary for DIY iPhone repair.
Inflation, a labor strike, and the lack of repairability on newer models is a perfect storm that’s sent prices surging.
Apple said it plans to roll out a software update that will fix the issue with broken Face ID on iPhone 13s repaired with aftermarket screens.
Replacing an iPhone screen is a common and simple repair, Apple has made it incredibly difficult to perform on the iPhone 13.
The NTIA has told the Copyright Office it needs to weaken the DMCA and make it easier for people to fix their own stuff.
State legislators and industry lobbyists gathered at a mountain resort to explain to themselves why farmers don’t need right-to-repair laws.
A new 18 page directive from the European Commission outlines a beautiful future where everything runs on the same charger.
A Tesla hacker fixed an electric vehicle for 75% off what Tesla wanted to charge. Then the fanboys came for him.
Eight leaked training videos show how Apple instructs its repair partners to buy expensive parts when cheap ones will do.