What Is Right To Repair?
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Do you really own what you buy? And why is it so damn hard to repair your phone?

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0:00 Right To Repair Intro
3:27 They Want Control
8:08 Anti-Right To Repair
12:45 What's Happening in Tech
18:03 Conclusion

The Right to Repair Movement: www.repair.org/stand-up
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  • Eugine
    Eugine

    At the end of the day it’s the company’s, responsibility to make the most money.

  • Jimmy Hyun
    Jimmy Hyun

    Apple is the king of scuzzy moves.

  • Rashotcake
    Rashotcake

    The anti-repair argument about safety that companies make is really more about covering their asses from liability than about worrying about the safety of people

  • Rashotcake
    Rashotcake

    Love Louis Thompson, guy makes a lot of sharp observations

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  • Unripe Tomato
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  • Something Fishy
    Something Fishy

    Support

  • Luna Liss
    Luna Liss

    My mom; Repairs multiple iPads (ipad 2 OLD and iPad Air?/ipad 5) multiple times a year 0-0

  • Jo Donnelly
    Jo Donnelly

    Bro, you give me hope man. Thanks for this video.

  • Gabe XXI
    Gabe XXI

    Nose

  • Jaime L
    Jaime L

    While we’re on this topic look up on the tube “why McDonald’s ice cream machines break down so often”..it ain’t a conspiracy folks!😡

  • Shaheed Laskar
    Shaheed Laskar

    Agree with the movement.. I am in bro !!

  • Steeve Quilo Tañedo
    Steeve Quilo Tañedo

    Save the environment*

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  • Jeiran Espinal
    Jeiran Espinal

    Who loves watching his vids ?

  • Andy
    Andy

    Right to repair all day! I actually think they are missing a market segment. Give me a bulky phone I can repair and add storage. Give me a monster laptop that I can upgrade EVERYTHING. It’s good for the environment and cost effective. Ingenuity and innovation come from listening to your consumers, not shutting them out.

  • Nonius9
    Nonius9

    What M1 does integrating different chips is not new, and is not a problem (change the entire M1 chip would do the trick). The problem is that all tech now IS DESIGN to avoid repairability. Is not a coincidence or an inevitable consequence of the technological progress. The question is: if we cannot fix our devices, the manufacturer have the control of how the device is behaving or what can do (OS updates), data companies like Facebook/Google/Apple are taking our data to show ads when they want (not us), deciding what ads we want to watch... ARE THE DEVICES OURS???

  • Max Kueng
    Max Kueng

    When talking about Right to Repair and Apple it's important to mention that there are numerous cases where apple says that in order to repair your phone they would have to replace so many components that it would be cheaper to buy a new phone. When in reality all they would have to is remove some corrosion on a connector. They are not only making it harder to repair the phone yourself, they are literally lying to you when you ask them to repair it. Additionally, they now pair all the components in a phone with each other so that, even when you get the exact same genuine replacement component, the phone would refuse to accept it and not function properly. It's a really evil corporation but people are like "oh shiny, bling, nice!"

  • wafflescience
    wafflescience

    the one part i dont get is, if this is such a concern, why not start a competing business that makes products and repair accessible? surely if this is the way to go, people will stop buying iphones and teslas in favor of the cool new brand that makes their products easy to fix. what if we just get everyone who supports RTR to fund a new electric car company that encourages modifications and lets anyone replace on board software with open source alternatives.

  • GRJLS
    GRJLS

    Wow never thought about modding a Tesla and then Tesla punishing you for that, that alone makes a Tesla suck ass, Apple same. ✊🏽

  • Doug Grinbergs
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  • Breakfast
    Breakfast

    The biggest part of right to repair is batteries in phones and they make it super hard. There is no need for this than wanting you to upgrade and off that it creates more e waste

  • kaiete
    kaiete

    In my opinion you should be able to repair something yourself but the manufacturer should be able to say "if you repair it, we take no liability for any damage done", like dev mode on chromebooks - it's fine but voids your warranty

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  • KULT Vítka
    KULT Vítka

    EU just making laws for companies that all things must be repairable.

  • Mitch TheBeast
    Mitch TheBeast

    I'm from the auto repair business. My family has owned/operated a shop for 30 years. When Toyota Prius' were new we couldn't replace the battery because it was too complicated. Then a training class and tools were made for independent shops and Toyota suddenly allowed us to fix Prius batteries. When we started we learned that it was easy because we've been fixing things for a long time. When things get more complicated it may be harder for someone without the skills, but that's literally how shops stay in business: Knowing how to fix the stuff you don't. Right to repair needs to learn from the Auto industry! We're proof that even "Dumb mechanics" can do really complicated repairs... When we're allowed to... Looking at you TESLA!

  • Daveed Wells
    Daveed Wells

    Your 💯 right when we owned something we have the right to repair it i think some companies just fix the problem for future technology

  • Daveed Wells
    Daveed Wells

    Yes sometimes it's hard to repair things now then it was back in the day

  • Daveed Wells
    Daveed Wells

    Went you prepared and reused the things do you think it a engineer job

  • Daveed Wells
    Daveed Wells

    Yes understandable

  • d coughla
    d coughla

    In the UK, a new “right to repair” law is expected to be introduced this summer. Details are sketchy on which appliances are covered. However, it is proposed that manufacturers will be legally obliged to make spare parts for products available to consumers for the first time. A legal right to repairs in order to extend a product’s lifespan to 10 years.

  • PUB WIE
    PUB WIE

    This just one of the reasons I would never buy an Apple product

    • Max Kueng
      Max Kueng

      @Colin Tan What exactly does Google do to make things impossible to repair. Do they also pair the hardware so you can't swap components out? Or do they lie to you and say that you have to replace the whole phone because your camera broke? It's been a while since I had to repair a phone but on my old Google Nexus 5 I replaced the headphone jack, charging port, battery, screen, even the rear housing myself over the many years I used it. All with parts from China and without much hassle. Apple goes waaay beyond what other companies do in this regard. They even invent a brand new screw head with every model just to mess with people.

    • PUB WIE
      PUB WIE

      yep, try to stay away from those as well.

    • Colin Tan
      Colin Tan

      apple isnt the only tech or smartphone company that does this. google and many others does this.

  • AirPodUser223
    AirPodUser223

    Does marquess have the right to repair max?

  • The End
    The End

    Who in the heck is giving this a thumbs down? Lol

  • Mohsen Rashidi
    Mohsen Rashidi

    Useless video

  • lilmoris1
    lilmoris1

    It’s the right to repair stuff of course. Saved y’all 20 mins

  • CursedFox
    CursedFox

    k safety is not the issue nor has it ever been fucking safety stop falling into this trap. Its a phone its a fucking car if you want to fix it the risk is on you. They do not have a right to lock you out of the process.

  • Maxx Koggen
    Maxx Koggen

    I know I'm super late here but I once went to an iStore/Apple store to find out how much it would be to replace a cracked screen on my iPad and he quoted me what it'd cost to buy a new iPad. I told him that and his response was "yeah, you'd have to buy a new one" I asked for a repair cost and I was quoted a new device. Imagine.

    • Tom Stevens
      Tom Stevens

      @Maxx Koggen Yeah, I've always been to my local Apple Store if I ever have any issues.

    • Maxx Koggen
      Maxx Koggen

      @Tom Stevens at an Apple store?

    • Tom Stevens
      Tom Stevens

      Not sure which iPad you have, but I only had to pay 50 bucks for the screen repair of my Air 4.

  • flameout12345
    flameout12345

    Yeah Apple just made me replace the keyboard with a battery swap

  • Toggle Computers
    Toggle Computers

    Bandwagon topic. Pointless to discuss. Big corpo will never allow this type of legislation to pass... The system is broken. Big corpo wants it broken....

  • Holding because I cant seem to remove this.
    Holding because I cant seem to remove this.

    I watched a video and replaced my ipad air 2 screen for 15 dollars. You can not stop idiots being stupid. Fixing simple things are simple. Replacing plug and play parts such as wifi antennas are easy. Body work on any car at a reputable body shop is going to be perfect. I took my Kia to Chevy and they gave lifetime coverage on that repair. Someone need to challenge Tesla in court over charging blocks. They will win.

  • Malusi Soko
    Malusi Soko

    People always want to play God. I mean consumers

  • Cool Kidz
    Cool Kidz

    I've always wanted to create a tech company, and if I succeed I promise to be pro-repair/upgrade I mean I'm going to make it easy to repair, with labels/ instructions in the box

  • o_O
    o_O

    "once you buy something, do you own it?" communism: no you dont. capitalism: no you dont.

  • Doom Yoda
    Doom Yoda

    Apple is good for one thing. Throwing away. I'd rather be able to build my own computer, and have it do what I want. Not be some Apple garbage.

  • [Chwyyy]
    [Chwyyy]

    10yrs ago my phone had a removable battery lol, which was easily replaced at the end of its life cycle. Now people just buy the same phone as last year for $100+ more then last years price.

  • Siam Hossain
    Siam Hossain

    4r

  • Philip Caddick
    Philip Caddick

    Stop buying new shit. This is why I bought a 1999 Lexus. The same Toyota bulletproof V8 they use in the Tacoma, power everything, all leather. Got the original Lexus factory service manuals and an old version of the Toyota software to program the car. Plenty of em in the junkyards too.

  • Derpy Potato
    Derpy Potato

    You forget they aren't interested in leafy green they are interested in papery green.

  • KAE Official
    KAE Official

    It's been a minute since the tube pulled up one of your vids & this one was definitely worth the watch . Thanks

  • Shinobi Jayden
    Shinobi Jayden

    The worst thing about apples repair shop is that you will take your MacBook for a battery replacement and they’ll tell you that you need £1000 worth of replacements because of “issues” but all you asked for was a battery replacement.. AND THEN you say that you don’t want to fix it afterwards that can charge you anything from £100 to £500 for a “professional diagnostic” which is stupid

  • Alexander Windh
    Alexander Windh

    Can we just stop supporting these types of companies? It doesn't seem to hard to fix.

  • Andrew Higdon
    Andrew Higdon

    You missed a massive point on the car ownership. We can’t do anything we want with it. You mentioned driving on the road. Driving on public roads is a privilege. Not a right. And because of that, there are rules or laws to follow, to make lots and lots and lots of money, while doing almost nothing.

  • Fox Mind
    Fox Mind

    I just discovered this channel and I am IN LOVE with the format. Really interesting, in-depth, and articulate. Wish I found you sooner!

  • jtandy
    jtandy

    Very interesting conversation MKBHD. Thanks man!

  • renragged
    renragged

    Not about repair, but about corporate control: Remember when Ferrari sued Deadmou5 for wrapping HIS Ferrari?

    • Happe CJ
      Happe CJ

      Ferrari has always been full of purists that hate car wraps and car modding in general, you can see it in NFS Heat, Ferraris don't have a lot of body mods because Ferrari by contract didn't allow them in the game. They could rebadge a Trabant with their logos and say that "it's not bad because it's a Ferrari". This childish behaviour in fact created Lamborghini that absolutely smoked them with the Miura.

  • Adnan Shafiq
    Adnan Shafiq

    Switch to the dark side apple users "ANDRIOD" Rocks !

  • Erin Solo
    Erin Solo

    A simple thing, if it doesn't have apple or tesla parts then it can't have their brand on that product, because if the phone or the car blasts off someday, it's doubtful that the owner even knows if it's because of the replaced item by some random industrial technician! Of course u "own" the product but u "don't own" the brand and if there is a performance issue then u'll complain about the brand and not a single item which u can't even be sure!!!!!

  • Harshit singla
    Harshit singla

    My brain needs repair 😂😂😂

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  • Panji Akbarul
    Panji Akbarul

    Yeah they try to control all action to touch their product, because it can increase the income for the product but kill the actual ecosystem

  • Souvik Mukherjee
    Souvik Mukherjee

    Support right to repair. Support Louis Rossman 💙❤

  • ChanceyKnows
    ChanceyKnows

    The car and printer examples are not really relevant, bc we’re talking about repairing something broken that I own, not speeding…or copying mOney…but I get what he’s saying

  • Frankie ott
    Frankie ott

    marques sounds normal on 1.25 speed

  • Max McCann
    Max McCann

    Logic

  • Poop
    Poop

    TechGiants seeing the thumbnail: Stop tiny phone repairmen from stealing your data with this 1 weird trick!

  • lucas rem
    lucas rem

    The Right to Repair! we will fix these international laws

  • junk bob
    junk bob

    Did Louis Rossman have a Hatsune Miku figure in the background at 6:22? Bold move.

  • KMichelle Argus
    KMichelle Argus

    Everything's getting smaller and lighter and yet we can do less with our devices than we could 5 years ago. 5 years ago I could have a spare battery and a spare battery charger and carry it with me and replace in seconds when needed. Now I'd need a bunch of tools to replace a dying battery. Not okay. I'm okay with a slightly bulkier and heavier phone if I can do more with it.

  • Aristides Tranquillini Neto
    Aristides Tranquillini Neto

    Ok, I usually don't comment on INfun videos, but this is an awesome topic. Regarding the safety argument, I honestly think it could be used in the company's disadvantage (considering Brazilian law, and I believe laws from many other countries, from what I studied). I can honestly see a court ruling that if a company goes that far to protect the product from the owner, if the owner succesfully makes a change to the product and there is an accident or something similar, the company should also be held liable, since they took it as their responsibility to "babysit" the owner. A simple analogy would be a website where you can leave comments. If the company evaluates the comments before they are published, if any comment generates a problem (such as being racist), the company could also be held liable, since it analyzed the comment and decided it was okay. That is one of the reasons companies try to not intervene that much in some aspects, even if technically the could, since this would help avoid liability.

  • Kray Zee
    Kray Zee

    The argument for the Tesla is stupid as hell - you can get into problems with the regular engine cars. Fire, explosions, death. But we just know how to work with it, so we hurt ourselves less.

  • Pat The Logo Guy
    Pat The Logo Guy

    It Let me photo copy money

  • Aditya Rana
    Aditya Rana

    Finally MKBHD has started criticizing Apple.

    • Embis
      Embis

      I swear to god, in every single apple review he has ever has done, he has said at least one negative thing, why do people keep saying this?

  • Jimmy D. Porter
    Jimmy D. Porter

    Elon musk is so greedy, he cant see past his own hypocrisy. How you gonna say you don't want people to hurt themselves and yet want people to volunteer to die just to say you are the emperor of mars? Seems to me, down the road he is gonna start uploading car crashes into his vehicles just to make more money at the cost of his own fanboys lives. Anonymous, shut this clown down.

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas

    Speaking about Right to repair you should do a fairphone review.

  • Oscar Díaz
    Oscar Díaz

    I understand that we want the ability to fix our own stuff but think about it, those tractors, tractors back in the 70s weren't as smart and efficient and probably much reliable as today, you can basically work in a farm and not get dirty with todays technology. Same deal with phones. I remember I could take my nokia apart, keyboard battery front case... you name it, but these phones were meant to be used for calls, text, use a calculator and play snake, todays phones requires lots of tech and software development which requires a complex set of components that lest be clear, not many people are familiar with.

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    Metlha Rabodietso

    Does the king reply

  • pro2go
    pro2go

    U forgot to say that the companies block u from repair for money like selling 300 dollar glass to make u think to buy a new phone as its more worth it

  • noplan724
    noplan724

    I am sitting here waiting for the WWDC to beginn because I am interested in buying a MacBook. And I really want one, it is a nice piece of tech. However, the way Apple deals with customers behind their back and also with the repair-shops makes them so unsympathetic to me, that it actually would affect my user experience with one of their products while using it...

  • Phantom Black
    Phantom Black

    As right to repair gets harder , right to costumize is also taking a toll. Shout out to the Tesla pickup girl.

  • gama mendez
    gama mendez

    RTR, is a fundamental to the foundation of tech growing. Here's an example, when old computers suck, they took them apart and try to build it better eventually created a much better computer.

  • Rami
    Rami

    Its all about greed. Take away their money and they will turn against each other and some worst cases they will kill each other. That's good for the planet, less more scumbags breathing our air and the climate will heal itself.

  • theIllitistPRO
    theIllitistPRO

    WRONG. Tech isn't getting harder to repair. It's the software that the manufacturer adds to the individual chips that serial them to limited components and the bullishness to not release schematic information that is destroying right to repair. "Things are getting smaller and tighter specks in design." So what? Nobody is completely wrong to assume this is a valid reason on the surface, however it's not a reason at all. This is why people like Louis Rossman exist on the internet, to show this as fact. Given the right parts, tools and knowledge that's available all over the internet in videos and written documents anyone can do the job correctly. There should be no need to have to trace an entire board to fix a simple USB port, for example. With the strategy being implemented like it has we will be screwed out of having any rights at all when it comes to tech. Lobby Now, Right to repair.

  • CyberVirtual
    CyberVirtual

    When I use the word "Proprietary" and every Apple and Tesla enthusiast just cant comprehend that this word exists so they replace it with the words "premium device". I cringe so fucken much when I engage with these morons!

  • Aaliyah Wilson
    Aaliyah Wilson

    My computer screen broke and I can confirm that this is true, especially with Apple!! Great video, very informative

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  • 火の鳥
    火の鳥

    We deserve the right to repair but all piece of tech also deserve to be well treated🥺 do you believe my 5 years old Jet black iPhone 7 Plus does not have a single scratch on it? It’s true...

  • Andreas Bartel
    Andreas Bartel

    I repair my own things that are not worth to be repaired by a pro. For example, VHS, Betamax and DVD-Recorders, the repair is more a hobby to me, like playing golf for others. Last week I replaced a battery of my iPhone 6s using an iFixit kit. Before that I replaced screens of my kids Neffos phones, got the screen from China via eBay. One reason why I can understand Apple is the following: Reputation! This might sound a little strange from a right to repair point of view, but what Apple's reputation destroys more are news like "iPhone explodes", "girl killed by iPhone in the bath". This is what the tabloids write in the headline. In the text you might find information of an unqualified repair, poor quality accessories or in the case of the girl that she was trying to remove the charger from the outlet, this stupid type A, and electrocuted herself by touching the contacts… But in the news, she was killed by an iPhone. Ok this has nothing to do with a faulty repair, it is an example. Sellers that offer used iPhone that are repaired with low quality parts, like LCD display, batteries without temperature sensor. Lookalike Apple chargers and so on do also no good to Apple’s reputation.

  • Matt Blank
    Matt Blank

    Well said! Thanks for putting this in a way that my parents can understand. I have to disagree with the bit about Tesla and safety though, this is all about control. People have been modifying cars since there were cars, and it's never been the manufacturer's responsibility to stop them.

  • Khim Cooman BattousaiSSJ4
    Khim Cooman BattousaiSSJ4

    "im Rob Jobs, it's an apple product your still gonna buy it"

  • Adventures in ADHD
    Adventures in ADHD

    I hit the like button for the John Deere joke.

  • Anon ymous
    Anon ymous

    Every time i hear "But is for your safety" i cringe. Safety is NOT more important than freedom. There are places were you can be safe from the outside world. You know what we call them? Prisons.

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  • Wiktor Marcinkowski
    Wiktor Marcinkowski

    YES

  • parçala behçet
    parçala behçet

    What is not right to repair??

  • GoldPeakLLC
    GoldPeakLLC

    Is it true with the money copying not working? I’ll have to try it on my printer

    • GoldPeakLLC
      GoldPeakLLC

      📸

  • Martin Schmidt
    Martin Schmidt

    Good information to make know to as many poeple as possible. BTW lookign at the future chalanges concering our environment there will need to be change. Europe is allready preparing legislation which will fore at least a decent minimum of repairability to guarantie a longer lifespan for elektronics and recycleability. as all the big company will like to do bussines in europe also min the coming year i deeply hope that will bring some positiv changes in the right direction.

  • shrey sanwaria
    shrey sanwaria

    Try implementing that in China or India.

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