They do that so it's impossible to fix yourself, then when it breaks you send it in and they say that you broke it and it's not under warranty and you have to pay to fix it.
This article is a little misleading. For perspective, iPads score a 2 out of 10 to the Surface at 1 out of 10.
Wow, that's really saying something. Apple's mobile products are horrifically complicated internally.
i mean its smart from a business perspective but other than that kind of a jerk move.
With tablets getting thinner and lighter, I'm not surprised. It's not like a PC where you have easy access to replace components. Everything is now so tightly integrated that it's a wonder you can still strip it down somewhat. With devices like tablets you can either get one thin and light that's nearly impossible to repair or one that is bigger and bulkier and easy to repair; can't have it both ways.
Its actually not much harder than operating on an iPad or many Android tablets.
I wonder what its like to operate on the really big one in London though.
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