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Apple keeps making third-party screen repairs harder

Apple’s changes to the iPhone 13 screen design now makes it harder for third-party repair firms to replace the display, as attempts to switch out a damaged screen could lead to a loss of Face ID support.A broken display is a very common issue that forces device owners to seek out a repair, either through the manufacturer directly or via a third-party repair center. In cases where the screen has to be replaced, it seems that it’s a fix that can only be performed by Apple itself or an authorized repair partner.According to Phone Repair Guru on YouTube, switching out a display for a replacement sourced from an identical iPhone 13 model will technically work. However, users will be warned they aren’t using a genuine screen, and that Face ID won’t be available. Read more…
Source: Apple Insider News and Secrets on New Apple Products

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