The announcement comes after months of mounting pressure on Apple from the “right to repair movement,” which wants people and independent repair shops to be able to restore devices while reducing electronic waste.

Apple has often been regarded as one of the fiercest opponents of this right, citing security concerns. In fact, almost no tech company provides parts or manuals for repairs.

Critics say this will allow them to dominate the aftermarket for repairs and ensure that only their staff can fix their products.

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