Contracts invite trouble
An Apple contract states independent repair shops must agree to audits and inspections, even if they leave the programme.
Realises there is too much work fixing borked Apple gear
Apple will begin selling parts, tools and repair guides to independent shops to fix broken iPhones, a major change after years of lobbying against laws in some US states that would have compelled it to do just that.
It just does not want too
Internal documents leaked to the tech press show that Apple is fully capable of implementing any right to repair legislation.
$6 dollar repair becomes $600 design disaster
MacBook Pro owners are suffering from a design flaw in their expensive toys which means they will have to fork out $600 to fix a minor fault which would normally cost $6 to fix.
Expect it any day now
While Apple has informed its staff about a secret bit of malware it has installed in Macs which bricks computers which have not been repaired by Apple Genii, it has not got around to switching it on yet.
So much for being environmentally friendly
The fruity cargo cult Apple's green credentials have been called into question after it was revealed in the US it is doing its best to get a law allowing users to repair their own gear scrapped.