Get Ready to Repair Your Own iPhone! – Intego Mac Podcast Episode 237
Posted on April 28th, 2022 by Kirk McElhearn
Apple is making the tools and documents needed for iPhone repairs available to users in the US. Are you ready to repair your own iPhone? Removing outdated apps is now a trend as Apple joins Google and begins removing older software from the app store. Apple may be forced by EU regulators to open up iMessage. And we’ll discuss understanding USB-C and Thunderbolt ports and cables for Macs and iPads.
- Intego Mac Podcast Episode 236
- Apple’s Self Service Repair now available
- Here’s the Massive Kit Apple Will Send to Your House So You Can Fix Your iPhone
- iFixit Says Apple’s Self Service Repair Program is Great Step, But Has a Catch
- How to Install macOS Monterey on Unsupported Macs, for Security Improvements
- Apple App Store appears to be widely removing outdated apps
- Google Launches Privacy Labels for Google Play Apps
- Critical bug in Apple codec could have let hackers commandeer millions of Android devices
- Impending EU Regulation to Force Apple to Allow Third-Party App Stores and Open Up iMessage
- Tech Giants Duped Into Giving Up Data Used to Sexually Extort Minors
- USB-C and Thunderbolt: Understanding Ports and Cables for Macs and iPads
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