Smartphones are probably one of the most important devices of today’s era. Users are depending on it more than ever, for productivity, work, entertainment, payments, delivery, and more. Considering the dependency, quick and affordable repair has become a part of the overall handset user experience. Over the past few years, as replacement cycle lengthens and dependency of smartphone increases, there is also an increasing demand for repair in the US. The market became even more important after the introduction of the Right to Repair Bill. This report from Counterpoint explores the repair market in the US, various trends, and implications of some Government policies.
The report will be helpful for all the players in the secondary and repair market wanting to get an overview of the repair industry in the US.
Table of Contents:
- Repair Market Overview and Trends
- Market Size and Types of repair
- Government Policies shaping the repair ecosystem.
Number of Page: 14
Author: Jeff Fieldhack and Varun Mishra
Published Date: July 2020
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