Apple looses lawsuits about an independent iPhone repair shop using third-party parts

As the fight for the right to repair e's own devices ctinues, Apple struggles to crack down third-party repair shops that use counterfeit parts.

From after Motherboard Apple the year sent lawyers after Henrik Huseby, the owner of an electrics repair shop in Norway, demanding that the shop stops using spare iPhone screens to repair iPhones. At the time, Apple was simply asking for a settlement.

Norwegian customs authorities prevented 64 iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s replacement deliveries from delivering to Henrik's workshop from Asia, noting that these screens were counterfeit. To avoid the lawsuit, Apple asked Huseby "copies of invoices, product lists, order forms, payment information, internet impressis, and other documents relating to the purchase [of screens] including copies of any correspdence with the supplier … we reserve the right to ask for other documents to …

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