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GeorgeBMac said:If true, I equate this to putting an all electric drive train in a '57 Chevy -- with metal dashboard, am radio with a single, tinny little speaker in the dash, and vent windows instead of air conditioning. (Just without the nostalgia)
Put lipstick on a pig and you still have a pig.
Put an A13 into an iPhone 8 and you still got an iPhone 8.
Side note, if they started selling new 57 Chevy's with any drivetrain I'd be all for it! Plus they did have factory AC back in 57, it was just an option though...
beowulfschmidt said:AppleInsider said:
Jiang denies receiving any of these letters or being told that what he was doing was illegal.
lkrupp said:donsullivan said:We really need to stop giving one company who want to make money off repairs so much of a voice in this dialog. It's a totally one-sided discussion. Just because they can't make money off repairing something does not make it a bad product. They've managed to manipulate the tech media into giving them a disproportionate voice on this topic.
That being said, I disagree with donsullivan. I don't think they're bashing Apple or Airpods, simply stating the obvious (They're not repairable). Anyone can buy these products and disassemble them, if you don't like them standing on their soapbox, get your own soapbox and make a difference.