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by Editorial, on 8.8.2022

Apple, also known as one of the world's largest technology companies, is taking matters into its own hands by offering free Apple device recycling of any of its products, such as iPhones, iPods, AirPods, and Mac devices, to all customers.

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Topics:Sustainability

by Robert Nagel, on 22.6.2022

As much as smartphones have become an essential tool in our daily lives, they don’t last forever. Even the best phone will eventually give you problems before dying, leaving you to find a replacement. Have you ever thought about how long your smartphone’s lifespan is? 

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Topics:Mobile WorkSustainabilityTechnology

by Editorial, on 9.6.2022

Eco-friendly phones: This article will explore what makes a phone "green" and how companies can adopt eco-friendly practices to reduce the carbon emissions from their mobile phone usage.

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by Editorial, on 9.6.2022

What to do with old phones? Where can I recycle my old smartphone? What can I do with my old phone used for work? Is there any disposal for old phones? Who deals with recycling old phones? Read this article and learn more about recycling old phones!

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by Editorial, on 7.6.2022

When it comes to a company or a large organization, one of the major challenges that it faces lies in procuring the right phones, tablets, and even laptops for its employees. Given the competition that you are bound to face, you may want to keep your costs down. And that's why you need to search online before you buy a phone or recycled device. 

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by Editorial, on 2.6.2022

Apple stays on top of its game by always trying to progress regarding its iPhone's durability. Every annual release of an advanced composition device appeals to the audience with its allusive design and strength. It's no surprise why iPhones hold their value well.

 

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by Editorial, on 1.6.2022

Phone cases and screen protectors have become a necessity if you want to protect your device from scratches, cracks, and damage from falling. We’ve all dropped our phones at one point or another and experienced a mini heart attack when we inspected our phones for damage.

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by Editorial, on 1.6.2022

One of the most common reasons for replacing a smartphone is that the battery does not hold a charge, making it impossible to use the phone for any length of time away from a charging station.

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by Editorial, on 1.6.2022

Should you consider getting rid of your old phone by dumping it in the trash, it will end up at a landfill, which is the last thing you want to do to the environment. Smartphones are made up of toxic chemicals that can impact workers' health, crush garbage and contaminate groundwater at a landfill, which can poison surrounding water resources.

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by Editorial, on 1.6.2022

Do you care about the sustainability of smart devices and the benefits of fair trade? A fair trade phone has a unique mineral mix that uses conflict-free tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold, and cobalt. Conflict-free minerals help to ensure social, economic, and environmental justice throughout the supply chain.

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Topics:Sustainability