When some future iPhone is hermetically sealed in sapphire are you going to complain because you can't repair it?
How about when the case it formed using liquid metal technology and there are no seams to open?
Can you repair the CPU in your desktop? No? You mean you throw away a two billion transistor machine because one NAND gate is bad? Why don't you get in there and repair it? Or more to the point why aren't you bitching about Intel conspiring to keep you from fixing it by sealing the CPU case and not using TO-92 sockets so you can pop them out?
Our kids aren't going to be repairing this stuff - they are going to be 3D printing a new one and hopefully properly recycling the old one.