Apple vs Right to Repair: Part 2!

Apple vs Right to Repair has taken a step in the right direction!

What is Right to Repair? (Part 1):

Apple Newsroom announcement:

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  • iFixit

    Great take, Marques! Exciting day for Right to Repair for sure. Let us know if you need any help with that iPhone repair. 👀

  • Mr Music
    Mr Music

    Imagine people starting to search around THmy for a good guide on how to replace their screen and there is no dislike count on the videos, RIP XD

  • Michal Klosowski
    Michal Klosowski

    Apple will just have more “products” to sell. And everyone will love them for that. Those guys are brilliant

  • Leo Freire
    Leo Freire

    Apple is training their costumers for when they send the iPhone without a battery.

  • What's in the Box with Jen
    What's in the Box with Jen

    I think its important we recognise all of the people who fought Apple to get this right to repair! Many people lots their businesses and all of their money fighting Apple in court. It's a great victory for us as a consumer but give props to the guys that won the battle for us!

  • wilsudi

    Even authorized Apple repair shops aren’t allowed to replace just a microphone or a charging port. All even they can basicly repair on site are battery, screen and cameras.

  • Phone Repair Guru
    Phone Repair Guru

    Big W For R2R. But something Is telling me Apple had this planned for quite a while.

  • Zanji

    Only thing that went through my mind was "what's the catch?"

  • Chris

    My cynical mind is saying this is a way for Apple to point and say, 'See?! We're allowing customers to repair their own devices!' Because they

  • Gareth J
    Gareth J

    what i worry about is their gonna charge a ridiculous amount for the replacement parts. And their gonna make it extremely easy for people to break intentionally and then because they damaged it themselves they wont get a warranty claim

  • Evtim Papushev
    Evtim Papushev

    My take is that Apple will go further in the direction of tight integration between modules, grouping them in just a few blocks/components. Those will be easy to replace (by anyone), but pretty much impossible to fix due to this tighter integration.

  • Ell Jensen
    Ell Jensen

    I am so excited for this! I really hope this starts a trend in the industry, which if funny because just yesterday, I decided against a MacBook Pro and instead went for a Framework laptop.

  • QkotmanYT

    I hope all smartphone brands will do the same. Finally, a good step in the right direction.

  • Maaz Ahmed
    Maaz Ahmed

    If Apple can used recycled materials for their devices just imagine the quantity of waste they'll be saving if the upcoming macbooks feature upgradable ram and ssd!

  • Eric Tocatlian
    Eric Tocatlian

    Great video Marques! I’m sure Apple have done the math and are getting it right…

  • T[A]P Me!! To Have [S]EX With Me
    T[A]P Me!! To Have [S]EX With Me

    I'm still going to refrain from getting overjoyed until I see the prices for the individual replacement parts. There's always a catch when it comes to Apple.

  • -CFW.Magic-

    I would put emphasis on "this is fantastic PR [...] Now, again, a lot of stuff, still unchanged". I wouldn't let Apple off the hook just for doing/saying something they should've ages ago, though this is not to detract from any actual change in the future which comes to fruition.

  • Amir Mograbi
    Amir Mograbi

    I think companies can get 80% there by focusing on 20%.

  • Randa Ranatunga
    Randa Ranatunga

    Louis Rossman is a hero for being a huge public voice when it comes to R2R.

  • Soupcan13

    Great video as always my dude. I think it's Apple realizing they are caught between a rock and a hard place and trying to put the best spin they can on it while saving face