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I think the real issue is the AppelApple Watch need skills to repair that most of us just don't have.
I think the real issue is the AppelApple Watch need skills to repair that most of us just don't have.
 
Think of it this way... You or I can't fix mechanical watches as it takes years of training and fine dexterity to handle the delicate parts. Just because there is no moving parts with an all electric watch doesn't forgo the need of having the fine dexterity!
 
When the iPad's first came out I thought it would be easy to repair them. Gee, how hard could it be!
 
Well, after attempting to fix a few I knew I didn't have the skills, I was not the only one. Just look though all of the IFIXIT questions on how many people encounter problems with the display/touchpad assembly.
 
So knowing our own limitations is important. Yes, stretching your skills a bit is good! Just keep it in your mind (and wallet) when you've over reached and correct your mistakes!

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Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

I think the real issue is the Appel Watch need skills to repair that most of us just don't have.
 
Think of it this way... You or I can't fix mechanical watches as it takes years of training and fine dexterity to handle the delicate parts. Just because there is no moving parts with an all electric watch don'tdoesn't forgo the need of having the fine dexterity!
Think of it this way... You or I can't fix mechanical watches as it takes years of training and fine dexterity to handle the delicate parts. Just because there is no moving parts with an all electric watch don'tdoesn't forgo the need of having the fine dexterity!
 
When the iPad's first came out I thought it would be easy to repair them. Gee, how hard could it be!
 
Well, after attempting to fix a few I knew I didn't have the skills, I was not the only one. Just look though all of the IFIXIT questions on how many people encounter problems with the display/touchpad assembly.
 
So knowing our own limitations is important. Yes, stretching your skills a bit is good! Just keep it in your mind (and wallet) when you've over reached and correct your mistakes!

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Dan ,

Texto:

I think the real issue is the Appel Watch need skills to repair that most of us just don't have.

Think of it this way... You or I can't fix mechanical watches as it takes years of training and fine dexterity to handle the delicate parts. Just because there is no moving parts with an all electric watch don't forgo the need of having the fine dexterity!

When the iPad's first came out I thought it would be easy to repair them. Gee, how hard could it be!

Well, after attempting to fix a few I knew I didn't have the skills, I was not the only one. Just look though all of the IFIXIT questions on how many people encounter problems with the display/touchpad assembly.

So knowing our own limitations is important. Yes, stretching your skills a bit is good! Just keep it in your mind (and wallet) when you've over reached and correct your mistakes!

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open