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How Apple makes products difficult -- and expensive -- to repair
Apple has essentially come from nowhere to become one of the world's biggest -- and undoubtedly best known -- consumer electronics companies. But the company has attracted a lot of criticism for making devices that are difficult to repair, and complicated to recycle.
One of Apple's most vocal critics is repair specialists iFixit, who have been taking apart and examining products since 2006. The company has disassembled hundreds of products and knows what It is talking about.
So, what does Apple do that makes Apple products hard to repair? Let's take a look.
Thanks to the kind folks over at iFixit for the use of their images.
Image source: iFixit.