Apple managed to drive away its users after Tim Cook sent a letter to investors. He wrote, among other things, that the sale of new iPhones was too small, and he mentioned the fact that people simply repair the old one when it breaks, instead of immediately buying a new model.
Apple has a long history of preventing people from repairing mobile phone repairs and encouraging them to buy new phones.
They fought against a law that would allow technology companies to provide information on repair to the public and provide sufficient parts, according to Motherboard and index.hr.
They have also not sold spare parts for the iPhone, have filed a lawsuit against the Norwegian service owner who repaired the iPhone, and are working with Amazon to prevent their devices from reselling through that site. In addition, many users have suspected that Apple deliberately works slower …