Non, ils n'ont pas pu le dire ... ah ben peut être que si ...
Je cite vice.com
According to two sources in the California State Assembly, the lobbyists have met with members of the Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, which is set to hold a hearing on the bill Tuesday afternoon. The lobbyists brought an iPhone to the meetings and showed lawmakers and their legislative aides the internal components of the phone. The lobbyists said that if improperly disassembled, consumers who are trying to fix their own iPhone could hurt themselves by puncturing the lithium-ion battery, the sources, who Motherboard is not naming because they were not authorized to speak to the media, said.
N'empêche qu'Apple ou pas, une bonne majorité de marques de smartphones et tablettes sont des horreurs à ouvrir/réparer.
Un site qui donne des notes de réparabilité, par ex fr.ifixit.com/smartphone-repairability