I t is not easy to open a repair shop certified by Apple. And in some cases, the tech giant Cupertino has severely criticized unauthorized sellers.
This is the case when Apple's lawyers sent a letter to Henrik Huseby last year. The letter asked Huseby, owner of a small electrics repair shop based in Norway, to pay a settlement and stop offering screen repairs for iPhone with permissi, Motherboard . customs officers seized a shipment of 63 replacement iPhone 6 and 6s screens that were en route to the Huseby store from Asia. The officials alerted the company, who said the screens were fake.
To avoid being sued, the letter required that the owner of the repair shop stop using these screens. He also asked for invoices, product lists and other documents – including a correspdence with the supplier of screens.
In additi, he understood a settlement agreement which maintained that Huseby
would agree to stop importing, selling …