So, you've probably wondered why no one takes legal action against Apple for their anti-repair policies. It's a tricky subject, but it mainly boils down to the fact that Apple's user agreement often includes a waiver that protects them from such lawsuits. Plus, the cost and time involved in suing a giant like Apple can be prohibitive for most individuals. However, the conversation is shifting as more people are advocating for 'right to repair' laws. Despite the challenges, there's a growing call for change in how tech companies handle repairs.