Yesterday, we ran a story from iFitit explaining Apple's new policy of replacing the standard Phillips screws in the iPhone with the Pentalobe. This may be in an attempt to make it more difficult to pry the device open.
Fast forward to today, and you can see that there is in fact a screwdriver readily available for the device, and it will cost you less than three dollars. $2.35, to be exact.
Still, it opens up an interesting question: Do you try to fix your own stuff, or do you take it to a repair center? Let us know in the comments.