Want To Open Your iPhone? Use This $2.35 Screwdriver

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I’m not sure why it took a screw type change to open everyone’s eyes that Apple’s approach to hardware and software is over-protective and damaging to user rights, especially when the problem of an uncommon screw type is easily solved by buying a new screwdriver.

Shouldn’t we be worried about all the other heinous things Apple, Sony, and other consumer tech companies are doing? The things we can’t fix by googling them and making a three-dollar purchase?

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