Apple Reportedly Disables Face ID After iPhone 13 Screen Replacement Even With OEM Display [Video]

Apple Reportedly Disables Face ID After iPhone 13 Screen Replacement Even With OEM Display [Video]

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Apple appears to have taken new steps to block third party repairs by disabling Face ID after a screen replacement on the iPhone 13, even if the new display is an OEM panel.

Apple repair guru Louis Rossmann reports...

"Now, you can change out that ambient light sensor and proximity cable with any cable you want and it still works; however, if you change out the screen that will cause it not to work and this is a serious problem for anyone doing phone repair because the screen breaks way more often than this cable breaks. That's the thing that's going to die on average when you drop your phone, not a cable, the screen is going to crack. So if you crack your screen and you go to another repair shop, even if they are using an OEM screen from another iPhone that you bought at the Apple Store, Face ID is still not going to work. So Apple has created an environment whereby if you go to anybody besides the Apple Store or an Apple authorized service provider to have this done you will have decreased functionality in the device."

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Apple Reportedly Disables Face ID After iPhone 13 Screen Replacement Even With OEM Display [Video]

abubakarsaeed901@yahoo.com - September 29, 2021 at 5:20pm
It practically silly for not allowing a third party repair,what about if we don’t have one in our country?Apple should think faster than I thought thank you
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