New Delhi. Technology giant Apple has redesigned the packaging of its iPhone 13 and will be able to stop the use of 600 tonnes of plastic by removing the outer plastic wrap. Apple aims to make its entire business carbon neutral by 2030. Apple has replaced the plastic wrap of the iPhone 13’s compartment with a tear-off strip with paper tabs, an advantage that will show any tampering with the accessories.
“By 2030, Apple’s entire business will be carbon neutral, from the supply chain to the power customers use in every device we build,” the company said. This year, we have made significant progress in reducing the impact on the environment by redesigning the packaging of the iPhone 13.”
The technology company said that by eliminating outer plastic wrap, the company is going to avoid 600 tonnes of plastic over the lifetime of the products, bringing it closer to its goal of completely eliminating plastic from all packaging by 2025. Last July, Apple rolled out its plan to become carbon neutral across its entire business, manufacturing supply chain and product life cycle by 2030.