If you follow iFixit’s teardowns of iPhones and MacBooks, then you know Apple’s devices aren’t exactly famous for their repairability. And now a new French law will require Apple to be more transparent about how easy or difficult it is to have its products repaired.

First spotted by French site MacGeneration, Apple has begun complying with a law that requires smartphone makers to post a repairability index on products sold in the country. The score is determined by the manufacturer and adheres to a set of strict criteria:

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