Be careful, that looks like a recommendation, and whereas security may have been a bone of contention for you elsewhere, encouraging someone to act in a way that may burn the house down is rather more of an issue, some may think.
Of course I may be misunderstanding you as you clearly did not say anyone should replace the battery.
There’s always a danger with batteries, more so when you have physical access to them and are able to pierce them. I’m not at all handy with physical stuff and I’ve been able to replace a battery in an iPhone 5s and an iPhone 8. It got more difficult with recent iPhones. The curve differs. The iFixit guides are solid in denoting how difficult the repair is going to be. If you read them well and are as handy as I am (not very…) then you should be good to go. You probably will lose whatever IP rating you got though, unless you reglue carefully.
I am also quitting the “Fairphone ideal” as they just try to sell an image of “sustainable” but follow practices from other big manufacturers. I’ve just had to dump my 3-year old FP2 because it needs a module that is no longer manufactured… so what’s the modular design good for? where’s the sustainability??
There is, but e.g. apps with video (including STB/smart TV) offset for that by syncing the video (adding the same latency to the video).
There’s one curious situation where the delay sucks (and it cannot be solved, unless we all adapt to the same technology): live sports where entire nation watches, like football. Your neighbor watches on cable TV and screams goal, while you’re still in the action.
Yeah the new Fairphone earbuds should have that. [EDIT: they don’t]
Also the Sony WF1000XM3 (predecessor of WF1000XM4). It is relatively cheap right now (because of its successor being released), and has very good ANC (I can tell you from first hand experience: almost as good as its successor). Its not officially supported the replacement, but there’s guides available such as this one: