Apple is redoubling its recycling efforts with a second-generation iPhone disassembly machine and donations to Conservation International.
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Apple has a new iPhone-destroying robot called Daisy that can disassemble 200 phones in an hour (AAPL)
Apple announced they have a new robot called "Daisy" that takes apart iPhones for the valuable materials within.; It can disassemble 200 iPhones per hour, according to Apple.; Greenpeace, the environmental group, said Apple should focus on designing longer-lasting and upgradeable products instead.
Apple announced they have a new robot called "Daisy" that takes apart iPhones for the valuable materials within. It can disassemble 200 iPhones per hour, according to Apple.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and J.P. Morgan warns their clients Apple's iPhone sales may come in below expectations.
Underscoring Apple's commitment towards the environment and its ongoing effort to be as eco-friendly as possible, the company earlier today announced a new disassembly robot designed to take device recycling to the next level. Dubbed Daisy, the robot is designed to retrieve high-quality iPhone components that even traditional recyclers can't recover.
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In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he doesn't believe customers want MacOS and iOS to merge. Doing so would water down both for the convenience of one operating system. A merge would mean trade-offs and compromises.
If you’re in the market for a new iPhone, but the $999 price tag on the iPhone X is a little too rich for your blood, a new rumor suggests Apple may be making a new phone with you in mind. KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo — who accurately predicted Face ID on last year’s iPhone model — estimates that this year’s iPhone lineup will include two lower-priced models, one dual SIM and one single SIM. The latter could be priced from $550 to $650, with the former being up to $100 more. If this proves to be true,… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: iPhone
Apple has a new improved robot that can take apart 200 iPhones an hour -- saving more of the parts for recycling.
Apple just revealed their new robot made for taking your iPhone apart, piece by piece. This is a new version of the robot introduced in 2011 that had a very similar task. That 2016 robot was called Liam, and this new robot is called Daisy. This version of the iPhone-take-apart robot isn’t just a recycler, it’s made of recycled parts … Continue reading