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Calling it "right to repair" is just more tech mythmaking -- just like the right to choose, when what is really meant by both phrases is something much darker. In any case, what made Apple great was that they chose to make their products easy to use, easy to access, and easy to upgrade. Moving away from that because now they think so much less of their buyer, is a tragedy. However they shouldn't be forced to be what they chose to be -- that is another tragedy whose costs will be born by the innocent.