Third-party iPhone 13 screen repairs back on the table with iOS 15.2 beta

Apple appears to be making good on promises to remove barriers to third-party iPhone 13 screen repairs, with experts saying a parts swap can be performed on the latest iOS 15.2 beta with relative ease.Shortly after iPhone 13 launched, reports from repair specialists revealed that attempts to replace the handset’s display would result in disabled Face ID modules. This was in spite of a design change that transitioned the Face ID array from its usual home on iPhone’s screen to a seat in the smartphone’s chassis.It was later learned that a microcontroller attached to the display pairs, or serializes, a screen with its host iPhone, hindering unauthorized repairs or replacements. Apple Authorized Service Providers are able to sync new displays with iPhone 13 bodies using specialized software, but third-party firms currently need to move the original chip over to a new screen in a complex and risky process. Read more…
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