New CA law makes it easier to fix your own iPhones and other gadgets

“Historically … if you couldn't get Apple to fix [your iPhone], you are often out of luck, and forced to buy a new phone. That is called planned obsolescence. And it has been very, very frustrating for users because it flies in the face of common sense. This is a perfectly good object, it's got this one little thing broken, why can't I fix it?” says Barnard College Professor Sandra Goldmark. Photo by Shutterstock.

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