Something like 10p added to the cost which you can have back if you recycle it right.
They’ll need to manufacture 5,000 medals, which will require the collection of eight tonnes of metal.
No, it's OK, we're not having a go, that's what they call it themselves.
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Manufacturers rarely ever make second use of these important gadgety ingredients, but doing so could have a profound effect on the industry.
Over the last year, Apple processed 40.80 million kilos of electronics they were unwanted or broken. It turns out they were nearly worth their weight in gold.
Like a real-world Wall-E, Apple's Liam robot breaks down returned or broken iPhones into their component parts.
Team Cupertino is really pushing on making itself as environmentally as possible.
Rope-makers everywhere should be weeping as their industry further inches towards total redundancy.
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