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Apple will soon offer better support for third-party iPhone displays and batteries

An iPhone 15 Plus held in a hand.
Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

Apple’s putting renewed focus on its repairability efforts today. The company has extended its self-service diagnostics tool to Europe, giving customers in 32 countries an easier way to test products for potential issues.

But perhaps more interesting is the fact that Apple also published a new whitepaper — “Longevity, by Design” (PDF link) — that explains “the company’s principles for designing for longevity.” I’m sure there’ll be a lot of analysis about every page, but within the paper is actually some news: Apple says that later this year, it will extend more software features to third-party iPhone components.

True Tone, the feature that adjusts an iPhone display’s white balance to better match your environment, has typically been…

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