Apple’s smartphones are very much liked all over the world. This time the giant Apple has taken a big decision regarding environmental protection. The company has designed the packaging of its new smartphone iPhone 13. The company has claimed that it is removing the outer plastic of the packaging of the iPhone 13, with this the company will be able to stop the emission of about 600 tonnes of plastic.
In fact, tech giant Apple has redesigned the packaging in its iPhone 13 lineup. The company will be able to reduce the use of 600 tonnes of plastic by removing the outer plastic wrap. Apple has replaced the plastic wrap of the iPhone 13 box with a tear-off strip with paper tabs. So that it can be ensured that there is no tampering of any kind with the box.
In a statement issued by the company, it has been said that it will make its business carbon neutral by the year 2030. The company claims that every device made by them as well as the power used by the customers is being made carbon neutral.
Let us tell you that in July, Apple announced to make its entire business carbon neutral by 2030. For which the company has removed plastic from the packaging of its goods and now aims to completely remove plastic from all packaging by 2025.