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63 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Apple IRP Expanding, iPhone 13 Rumours, Apple Lobbies Against R2R, Colorado R2R Testimony is Eye Opening
Apple IRP expandinghttps://www.macrumors.com/2021/03/29/apple-expands-independent-repair-program-worldwide/Apple Lobbies Against 'Right to Repair' Bill Over Privacy Concerns of Third Party Repair Shops Accessing User Datahttps://www.macrumors.com/2021/03/30/apple-lobbies-against-right-to-repair-bill/An Apple store employee ‘helped’ a customer — by texting himself an intimate photo from her phonehttps://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/11/12/an-apple-store-employee-helped-customerby-texting-himself-private-photo-her-phone/Apple’s Quiet War On Independent Repairmen (GREAT ARTICLE!)https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/david-vs-goliath-and-the-right-to-repair/Colorado Denied Its Citizens the Right-to-Repair After Riveting Testimonyhttps://www.vice.com/en/article/wx8w7b/colorado-denied-its-citizens-the-right-to-repair-after-riveting-testimonyApple introduces battery recalibration tool for iPhone with iOS 14.5 beta 6https://9to5mac.com/2021/03/31/apple-introduces-battery-recalibration-tool-for-iphone-with-ios-14-5-beta-6/iPhone 13 Rumourshttps://twitter.com/Jioriku/status/1379228425995624449
41 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
iPhone 12 Display, Brazil Fine Apple $2 Million, Counterfeit Products, Mobile (van!) Repairs
The iPhone 12 display design and what this means for LCD and hard OLED displays. Refurbishing and what the 12 series frame means for the display as well as a host of other industry related information."Brazil’s consumer protection regulator fines Apple $2M for not including charger in iPhone 12 box"https://9to5mac.com/2021/03/20/brazil-agency-fines-apple-iphone-12-charger/"Apple removes 1 million-plus counterfeit product listings in 2020"https://www.cultofmac.com/737599/apple-has-a-team-of-experts-who-seek-out-counterfeit-products-on-social-media/Completing repairs from a van travelling to your customershttp://bit.ly/tprep11
58 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
We're back - Samsung ISP, Apple Software Bug for Screen Repair Notifications, Repair Preservation, In Screen Touch ID, France Repairability Score
We touch on how Covid has affected retail in the UK and Australia and the contrasts (lucky Tim). We also discuss the new Samsung ISP ( https://www.wisecertification.com/batteries-plus-bulbs-awarded-first-retail-partnership-in-samsungs-independent-service-provider-program/ ), Louis Rossmann and Repair Preservation, a bug in iOS that allows for no notifications with aftermarket screens on iOS 14.4, props to Mobile Sentrix for a big supply chain update last week (Waqas = 🐐), implications of the rumoured in screen fingerprint sensor Touch ID with the iPhone 13 and the new France repairability score ( https://www.macrumors.com/2021/02/26/apple-rolls-out-device-repairability-scores-france/ )
30 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
Incoming higher parts cost 📈, 🍎 IRP Expansion & New Hong Kong law
In this episode we have a quick catch up on what has been happening in the mobile electronic repair industry recently. We look at Hong Kong and how the new law there is having an affect on the industries supply chain. We have a quick review of a great article from Kyle of iFixit on the big tech hearing https://bit.ly/ifixitemails . We also cover how the supply chain constraints will lead to price increases and part availability.
46 minutes | Jul 17, 2020
Third Party Repair and Intellectual Property (Part 2)
The conversation continues with a broad discussion around the reach of Intellectual Property in the Third Party Repair world and how the suppression of technical information by journalists and people associated with independent Third Party Repair allows the line in the sand to continue to be moved.
25 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Third Party Repair and Intellectual Property (Part 1)
Tim and Riki discuss the lack of release of the interview with Henrik Huseby. Anyone who can assist with legal advice please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Part 2 of this episode will be out soon which will expand on Third Party Repair and recent IP cases.
57 minutes | Jun 7, 2020
Repairs First with Brian Ahern
In this episode we sit down with Brian Ahern from recently founded Repairs First to hear more about what their organisation is and does for Third Party Repair. More information on Repairs First can be found at www.repairsfirst.org
65 minutes | May 31, 2020
Sandwich Logic Board Design, IP Issues in Repair, Google AdWords Ban & Franchise Networks
In this episode Tim and Riki expand on the sandwich logic board design discussed last week and the impact of this on the life of the device for the end consumer and what is more likely to happen to a device with this logic board design under minimal accidental damage. Also up for discussion is Google’s AdWords ban on independent third party repair adverts for ‘phone repair’, issues involving IP infringement, terminology around parts used for repairs and a brief intro on franchise networks.
65 minutes | May 27, 2020
Federico Cerva and his thoughts on Third Party Repair
In this episode Tim and Riki talk to Federico Cerva to find out who he is, what he does, his thoughts on Third Party Repair and what he does in his spare time to unwind (WARNING: Includes Helicopters)
63 minutes | May 19, 2020
The trifecta of hardware and customised software working in tandem with the cloud
Today we discuss what we call 'the trifecta of hardware and customised software working in tandem with the cloud' and the implications it has with the lifecycle repairability and lifecycle of the products you own.
16 minutes | May 10, 2020
Hello and Welcome to the Third Party Repair podcast
Hello and Welcome to the Third Party Repair podcast where we start the journey of exploring the modern day repairability of every day products that we own.
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