Environmental upgrade? Cook says Apple's goal is to stop consuming Earth's resources to make products

time:2022-11-27 03:42:07 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Tablet PC
Environmental upgrade? Cook says Apple's goal is to stop consuming Earth's resources to make products

Recently, Apple officially announced that it will hold the 2022 autumn conference on September 8, Beijing time, which has attracted the attention of many netizens, and some of Apple’s environmental protection measures in recent years have also caused discussions among many netizens. Yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook accepted an interview with the media to discuss Apple's work in innovation, environmental protection and protecting user privacy. Cook said that it is very important for Apple to manufacture products in an environmentally friendly way. Whether it is using environmentally friendly materials or recycling materials, Apple hopes to make the earth a better place. Cook also said that Apple itself has achieved carbon neutrality, but Apple hopes that by 2030, Apple's supply chain companies will also be carbon neutral. Apple's long-term goal is to make products without consuming any resources on the planet, and Apple firmly believes that this can be achieved. It is understood that as early as November last year, Apple announced that it would launch a self-service repair program to sell genuine accessories and tools to users. Cook said that in order to meet the needs of users who want more durable products, Apple is manufacturing as much as possible. Products that can be used for a long time, but inevitably, there are still users who need to repair products. In order to allow users to have a more convenient and fast repair experience, Apple has added thousands of repair shops. In addition to this, Apple has launched a self-repair program, which provides accessories so that hobbyists and repairers can complete repairs themselves. According to previous media reports, Apple's environmental report card released in April this year shows that by eliminating the plastic film covering the iPhone case, Apple has reduced the amount of plastic used by 600 tons. Thousands of tons of copper, tin and zinc ore, in the iPhone 13 series, Apple uses 100% recycled gold for motherboard plating and front and rear camera cables, and 100% recycled tin for motherboard solder. Of course, this series of measures has also attracted a lot of discussion. Many netizens and consumers believe that Apple’s move is to increase the sales price in disguise and let users pay for a series of expenses for Apple’s environmental protection measures. Apple will launch the iPhone 14 series at the beginning of next month. As time goes on, more and more news will be exposed, and interested consumers can keep an eye on it.

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