iFixit ends repair partership with Samsung over foot-dragging

'Samsung’s approach does not align with our mission'

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iFixit ends repair partership with Samsung over foot-dragging
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iFixit ends repair partership with Samsung over foot-dragging

iFixit and Samsung have announced the termination of their nearly two-year partnership aimed at improving tools, parts and resources for DIY repairs. The repair firm expressed disappointment with Samsung's lack of commitment to making its hardware more repairable.

iFixit, a non-profit organisation that helps people repair devices, said in a statement: "It's with a heavy wrench that we have decided to end our partnership with Samsung. Despite a huge amount of...

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