Imagine getting a car, and your windshield needs replacing. You go do it, but then your engine says “nope”. Imagine that you even used the official factory windshield. Imagine that both are perfectly fine, other than that. Apple has done it again, crippling those who want to repair their own hardware, who want to go to other sources, and more. It’s locking us into Apple for a $100 repair at the $300 Apple price. We’ll see if they plan to address this, but this is not the stuff that the iPhone 13 dreams are made of.
iFixit has confirmed that iPhone 13 products require an official Apple display in order for Face ID to function.