Apple iPhone: Apple has designed the new iPhone 14 series to protect the environment from the harmful effects of various metals. All the elements used in it can be recycled. This is a 100% recycled product.
company using haptic technology
Taptic Engine works smoothly when users click on the touch screen. The company has used haptic technology for this. According to the company, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are designed to minimize their impact on the environment. The company said both models contained 100 percent recycled tin in the solder of several printed circuit boards and 100 percent recycled gold in the wire of many printed circuit boards and all cameras.
Apple is currently engaged in environmentally friendly products around the world and is striving to make its entire manufacturing supply chain and all products 100% carbon compliant by 2030.
What is Haptic Technology?
Haptic technology is used to enhance touch experiences. It works with the help of haptic feedback software. The user prepares the phone accordingly. This maintains the smoothness in the mobile.
Working on zero climate effect
According to the company, this means that every Apple device sold through component manufacturing, assembling, transport, customer use, charging, recycling and material recovery will have a net-zero climate impact.
In March this year, Apple announced the world’s first to use low-carbon aluminum in the iPhone SE. With the $4.7 billion investment in green bonds, Apple can begin development of new low-carbon manufacturing and recycling technologies, the company said in a statement.
Apple buying carbon-free aluminum
As part of this work, Apple announced that it is purchasing carbon-free aluminum direct from Canada-based ELYSIS. The aim behind this is to work on the world’s first direct carbon-free aluminum smelting process.
Lisa Jackson, Apple’s Vice President of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives, said, “Apple is committed to making this planet more friendly than ever. Our green bonds will be an important tool to advance our environmental efforts in the future. I will prove it.”
70 percent reduction in carbon emissions
Apple has also made significant progress in reducing the carbon impact of aluminum and other metals found in its products. By smelting recycled aluminum and aluminum using hydroelectricity instead of fossil fuels, the company’s carbon emissions associated with aluminum have been reduced by nearly 70 percent since 2015. Every model in the iPad lineup, including the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Air with Apple Watch, is made with 100 percent recycled aluminum.
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