Apple investigates tamper-resistant hardware, iPod motion controls



  • Reply 41 of 43
    they're called rivets or a proprietary screw head. Nintendo used to rivet their systems together.
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    darkvaderdarkvader Posts: 1,001member
    This sort of thing should be illegal.

    It's one thing if someone opens a device and does something which breaks it.

    It's another thing entirely if someone opens a device and does something which does not damage it, and the device later fails because of a manufacturing defect.

    In the latter case, the warranty should not be voided, and it should be illegal for a manufacturer to void a warranty in such cases.
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    brucepbrucep Posts: 2,823member
    Originally Posted by Azhar View Post

    Good point!

    Besides, someone said what if the 'sensor' is already damaged when leaving the fabs.... I think it's a legitimate issue... How would we know??

    after an apple rep fixes said apple device they would then re apply a NEW tamper proof sticker

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