If its the case, companies will have to do what AMD did with every processor series in Ryzens - improvement in terms of fabrication, performance or even what Apple does it in innovation - those are looking for that stuff, they will definitely buy it - for example - Creative folks/Devs/Gamers all need better systems and in order to keep up, they continue upgrading - I doubt any of the ppl who falls under this bracket will go for repair.With right to repair, customers will make less purchases. With higher prices, the demand for new products will be less.
In each scenario, the company takes a major hit in revenues.
PS: Gamers - I meant like ppl upgrade from 1080p to above in order to enjoy their gaming experience.
On the contrary - Companies can still introduce the right to repair with authorized companies/agencies getting into it and ppl who had that hardware will repair it or repurpose it. This can also push the penetration of latest tech to the larger mass - imagine what apple does it with its returned/serviced products and resell them under refurbished with warranty. We can also assume scenario where Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities population getting these items at affordable rate.
We always have options and these big companies can always make the money they're making