Although Apple keeps saying that the new iPhone is good for the environment and consumers, the actual action of the company is just the opposite, which is not good for the interests of the latter two, especially the right to use third-party resources to repair expensive electronic products. Due to the “right to repair” act, Apple has been forced to provide relevant tools and components to third-party technicians. < / P > < p > Hugh Jeffreys said in the latest uploaded video that Apple iPhone 12 has further improved the coverage of anti repair, adding camera modules to the list of parts that cannot be replaced by third-party technicians. The list now includes face ID (for security reasons) and batteries. < / P > < p > in his uploaded video, taking two identical iPhones apart and swapping camera modules with each other will cause the device to fail to respond to the power button, the camera application will not respond, and the zoom, panorama and portrait mode functions will not work properly. It’s clear from the two new iPhone 12 phones that failed to successfully swap cameras that Apple has no intention of making it easy for end users to repair iPhones. The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park