Hey there. Here are the major right to repair stories in the 09/27/2021 edition:

'Right to repair' regime has implications for insurers: law firm - Local

Insurers might need to review their risk evaluation and underwriting processes if proposed “right to repair” laws are introduced, Clyde & Co says.
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iPhone 13 Pro iFixit teardown reveals important repair changes - SlashGear

... and software to discourage unauthorized repairs, though that hasn't really stopped the likes of iFixit from trying and fighting for the right to repair.
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Face ID stops working if you replace the iPhone 13 screen with third-party repair [Video] - 9to5Mac

Apple is already facing a lot of controversy in regards to the Right to Repair law and this will only make it more difficult for new iPhone 13 owners to ...
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