Apple has situated itself as one such organization pushing back on a development for the privilege to fix our stuff, venturing to such an extreme as to execute obstructions to unapproved outsider fixes. In the most recent model, iFixit announced a week ago on a "lethargic programming lock" on more current iPhones that apparently endeavors to obstruct outsider battery fixes not approved by Apple by darkening data about battery wellbeing and showing an on-screen "administration" message—notwithstanding when the battery is fresh out of the plastic new or one of Apple's own. (As indicated by TheArtofRepair, which initially surfaced the issue on YouTube, the lock influences the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max.)


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