The following excerpt is from an article by Teddy Worcester, now attending college, about making money fixing busted Apple products.
After a long day at school, the house phone rang and my mother answered. It’s Apple and they want to have a word with you, she said. At the time, I was 16 and I had been hustling iPod parts to all parts of the world.
“I’m not telling you this as an authority but as say, an uncle figure: you need to stop what you’re doing,” said the Apple attorney on the other end.
Read the full article to learn more about Teddy’s adventures.
Teddy Worcester studies Economics at Wheaton College and is involved in early stage startups. He is obsessed with frequent flyer miles and Starwood points, and you can follow him on Twitter, or reach him by email.the original article from Gizmodo, written by Teddy Worcester