Later in 2022, Apple will roll out a new clean energy charging feature to iOS 16, helping reduce the iPhone’s carbon footprint.
Apple announced it helped suppliers double the amount of clean energy used in 2021, avoiding 13.9 million metric tons of carbon emissions.
Apple’s latest Annual Green Bond report shows a commitment to green energy. New investments show promise in cleaner smelted aluminum.
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The clean energy initiative will generate 290 megawatts to the PJM energy grid. This is enough to power 74,000 homes, although it won’t be used for that purpose.
In this episode, Bryan and Jeff discuss Mac keyboards, and what they like about clicky, long-throw keyboards, including the Azio Classic Retro BT keyboard Bryan just reviewed. They also go through a thought experiment on whether Facebook could ever earn our trust on privacy by radically reshaping their policies. They cap the show with a look at how Apple manages to be profitable and green, both.
It’s a stunning achievement, and being done by the world’s most profitable company is a resounding statement for those who think renewable energy simply costs too much.
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According to XinhuaNet, Apple will build the facility in Ulanqab City, in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
This is the kind of thing that could could have a profound effect on the ways we live.