LCD displays have been around for several decades, and they are currently at such a high level that they can match even more modern alternatives. But what does such an LCD consist of and what imaging technologies are used today? In the following lines we will explain the basic terms such as TN, IPS, PLS, or QLED.
While in the last decade Apple developers have tried to make unauthorised services as difficult as possible, the situation is changing. The proof is in the MacBook Pro flashlight, which can be replaced by the average user. This is also a harbinger that in the near future we can expect big changes from this American giant in the field of services.
Apple has increasingly liberalised repair options in recent years. Until now, only authorised or approved independent service centres have been able to carry out repairs, but the number is growing. However, thanks to the new Right to Repair rules, starting early next year, anyone will be able to repair their device.
Replacing the battery is a fairly common service that many iPhone owners accede. While the rest of the device can function essentially flawlessly even after years, battery wear will sooner or later always occur, regardless of how the owner used the device.
Manufacturers are changing their approach. While once the emphasis was on the easiest possible repair of virtually any electronics, nowadays it is definitely not so. Spare parts directly from the manufacturers are essentially unavailable, and repair manuals as well. Brands are even able to go so far as to sue those who try to distribute official service manuals for free.