The right-to-repair movement is just getting started

Conceptual illustration of a pair of hands repairing a smart phone. The screen of the phone has been removed to reveal a circuit board maze with a tree in the center, intended to communicate the political hurdles of the right-to-repair movement.
Illustration by Nico H. Brausch for The Verge

Apple stunned the world when it came out in support of California’s right-to-repair law. But software locks and other obstacles seem to signal that the fight is far from over.

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