No Hope To See Apple VR / AR Headset At WWDC Next Week

The upcoming Apple VR / AR headset is on everyone’s lips. Not only Apple fans but also many manufacturers are looking up to the Cupertino-based company for inspiration. And though recently, we have been getting many leaks concerning this device, most likely, we won’t see it until 2023. In fact, we have known that Apple … Read more

Week 21 in review: Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 11T and Mi Band 7, Oppo Reno8 series unveiled

We saw week 21 come and go now and the announcements kept on pilling up. Xiaomi kicked things off with the Redmi Note 11T Pro and Pro+ launch in China. The two devices bring similar specs like 6.6-inch 144Hz IPS LCDs. Dimensity 8100 chipsets and 64MP main cams. The major differences come in the storage, … Read more

How Apple’s Self-Repair Program Is Engineered To Fail: Repair Roundup, Week of May 23

[ad_1] Each week, we will bring you the top repair news from around the world, curated for iFixit by the folks over at the Fight to Repair blog. The Big News: Apple’s Self-Service Repair Program: Engineered to Fail It has been one month since Apple pulled the covers off its heralded Self Service Repair Program. And … Read more

Advocates Sour On Apple’s Repair Program: Repair Roundup Week of April 25

[ad_1] Each week, we will bring you the top repair news from around the world, curated for iFixit by the folks over at the Fight to Repair blog. The Big News Apple Self-Service Program Reminds Us Why We Need A Legal Right To Repair After announcing that it would help iPhone owners repair their own devices … Read more

Microsoft Finds Repair Reduces Carbon Emissions: Repair Roundup, Week of May 2

[ad_1] Each week, we will bring you the top repair news from around the world, curated for iFixit by the folks over at the Fight to Repair blog. The Big News: Revelation in Redmond: Microsoft Finds Repair Reduces Carbon Emissions Microsoft has come a long way since its Surface Pro 7 received a 1/10 repairability … Read more

Don’t Read Your EULAs? Don’t Worry, Neither Do Companies: Repair Roundup, Week of May 16

[ad_1] TV company Vizio is being sued for breaking its open-source software license, a possible win for consumers in a world increasingly reliant on software-embedded devices. Each week, we will bring you the top repair news from around the world, curated for iFixit by the folks over at the Fight to Repair blog. The Big … Read more