Apple wants to kill a US bill that could make it easier for you to fix your iPhone

When Jessa Jones found out her kids had submerged her iPhone in her toilet, causing a clog, she thought her phone was a lost cause. It powered on but didn’t seem to be taking a charge anymore. The Apple store warns against water damage, which is not covered by the warranty.It wasn’t until Jones started poking around on online forums that the mother of four discovered that the phone didn’t charge because the charging chip was ruined. After two years of tinkering with the device, Jones finally got the phone to start working again.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2016/06/17/apple-wants-to-kill-a-bill-that-could-make-it-easier-for-you-to-fix-your-iphone/

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