iFixit website experts recently conducted an autopsy to show that the iPhone 13 has reached its lowest level in terms of repairability, because the repair of these phones is definitely It will be associated with the loss of key features of the phone, such as face recognition. . So Apple seems to have taken a tougher line in this regard.
Most of the components of the iPhone 13 are multi-part and screwed together, so they are very easy to replace. It has a battery with a capacity of 3095 mAh, which, unlike the previous generation, which was square in shape, is designed in L-shape this year. Opening the phone, which is like drinking water, and if you can remove the L-shaped battery, you will not have a problem opening the phone.
But it seems that it will only benefit Apple to make it more difficult to repair the iPhone 13. This is because when you replace the components of the iPhone 13, it loses many of its previous features and capabilities. Experts at the iFixit website tried to move batteries, screens, cameras, and other components from one iPhone 13 to another, but found that the iPhone 13 operating system prevented them from fully accepting each other.
For example, if you change the screen of an iPhone 13, the face recognition feature on this phone will be disabled. Only authorized Apple repair professionals can prevent these problems by using Apple's specialized phone repair software. Unless this specialized software reaches other mobile repairmen in any way so that they can repair these phones. So you have to repair your iPhone 13 according to Apple's terms.
Some phone repair experts claim that the mismatch between the iPhone 13 parts is a technical problem, but the company is still Apple has not responded to this claim.