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lmasanti said:As for ’tools’ I am almost sure that iFix can sell you anyone you need!
There is no reason why Apple should ‘make mandatory’ that you buy them the tools. Well, maybe, the glue…
hexclock said:avon b7 said:On the face of it, a great move and much needed option.
I'm not sure about the requirement to return core parts but that's a minor quibble in the grand scheme of things.
Now they (and everybody else) need to design for repair.
Nearly every Apple service part after the initial batch come from refurb stock.
maciekskontakt said:Mike Wuerthele said:maciekskontakt said:muchomac said:avon b7 said:I'm not sure about the requirement to return core parts but that's a minor quibble in the grand scheme of things.
Which they included older models at the same time. I mean, who wants to open up their $1000 1 or 2-year-old phone, which might still be under warranty?
This is not the first time you talked out your ass about something you don't know anything about.
waveparticle said:I have no experience with HDMI port. Can you use it such that the external display is an extension of the home screen?
persona1138 said:Article says that this Thunderbolt 4 dock is “the only game in town” that’s currently shipping, which isn’t exactly true.
I got my Sonnet Thunderbolt 4 dock last week, and it works great. And offers 90W of power. And slightly faster SD card read speeds. And it has stayed very cool to the touch.