Lasers and iPhone Repair

I’m not a fan of companies that blatantly disrespect their consumers by insane designs, in this case, it’s Apple deciding to glue the back glass to their iPhones. Gluing the back wouldn’t be so ridiculous if they used a milder adhesive, but they don’t, and then they charge over $500 to repair this design flaw. I was in cell phone sales and repair for a while, so I like to keep up with the latest in that realm. Anyway, this is a pretty rad laser machine that makes that repair far less of a pain. Pretty interesting stuff, and impressive to see the different applications that lasers have!


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