Lisa Jackson Ensures Sustainable iPhones are the Future

Apple's environmental executive vice president Lisa Jackson talked about the new green side of the new iPhone, such as tin recycled to the processor. She also pointed out the possibility that iOS 12 will lead to a more sustainable iPhone.

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Apple knows that customers are keeping their iPhones durable, Jackson says that is a good thing. The company confirmed that iOS 12 is stable enough to operate on older devices.

… We also ensure that we design and manufacture sustainable products that last as long as possible. This is a combination of durable hardware and incredible software. All of these devices, including the iPhone 5S, run iOS 12 and iOS 12 is designed to make your iPhone and iPad experience better, more responsive, faster and faster. And because they last long, you can keep using them. And keep using them is the best for the planet.

The old product cycle will change the iPhone model every two years. However, the rise in the price of the iPhone combined with the longevity of iOS 12 means that people are less likely to upgrade frequently.

The new upgrade cycle will be visible every 4 to 5 years. In this cycle it is cheaper and better for the planet to spend $ 1,000 every 4 to 5 years instead of $ 600 to $ 700 every two years.

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