Apple has reported that REJI’s education grants have reached more than 160,000 learners, while committing over $50 million to HBCUs and Hispanic-Serving Institutions, since it launched in 2020.
In addition, all Apple-designed printed circuit boards will use 100% recycled tin soldering and 100% recycled gold plating by 2025, and magnets in its devices will be made completely of recycled rare earth materials.
The program, Self Service Repair, will include tools, manuals, and Apple parts for users to fix their own products when something goes awry. It is set to launch in 2022.
The lightweight metal is chemically the same as the mass-produced version used in products like foil, soda cans, bike frames, and car doors. But it’s made using a different industrial process — one that doesn’t result in the direct release of greenhouse gases.
To reach its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030, the tech giant will slash its greenhouse gas pollution by 75 percent and then find ways to draw down the remaining 25 percent of its heat-trapping emissions.
In partnership with Governor Newsom, the state, and community-based organizations, Apple is providing a significant investment that offers statewide housing support as well as funding for projects in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area.
Apple, Amazon, Facebook and more than 50 other companies sign letter against Trump administration’s proposed gender definition changes
More than 50 companies representing over $2.4 trillion in annual revenue and almost 4.8 million employees have signed a letter in protest of Trump’s proposed transgender policy.
Google is updating its gun emoji to replace the image of a handgun with that of an orange and yellow water pistol in the hopes of de-emphasizing violence in our communications.
The iPhone maker has been working toward for years through the purchase of green energy bonds and other renewable investments in its supply chain and physical infrastructure.
Multinational tech company Apple recently announced plans to spend $921 million on a second renewables-powered data centre in Southern Denmark.