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Thank You for Listening: Apple REPEATs with EPEAT*

July 14, 2012


The customers have asked for “A Greener Apple” and Apple has listened. Bob Mansfield, Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering posted a customer letter on Apple’s website: “We’ve recently heard from many loyal Apple customers who were disappointed to learn that we had removed our products from the EPEAT rating system. I recognize that this was a mistake. Starting today, all eligible Apple […]

Where is Steve Jobs’ Greener Apple? (Exclusive Greenpeace Comments)*

July 10, 2012


In a rare Apple letter to consumers titled “A Greener Apple” in 2007, Steve Jobs wrote about Apple’s desires and plans to become greener. He confirmed that Apple had not been very clear about its environmental policies with its customers, shareholders, employees and the industry. By sharing the plans to remove toxic chemicals from its new products […]

The Animated History of the iPhone (Viral Video)

October 19, 2011


As a tribute to one of Steve Jobs’ monumental inventions, CNET UK released a brilliant Animated History of the iPhone – an infographic video (CLICK HERE for video) and a feat of viral proportions – implicit with a green impact. While it condenses Apple’s 35-year history in less than 4 minutes, we quickly learn how […]

The Future of iPhone 7: Mind User Interface

October 11, 2011


Who is capable of seeing what is invisible, creating modern marvels from divine creativity and knowing what humans want before we want it? While most religious believers would think of the Prime Mover, the mass market of Apple loyalists would know that it is the one and only creator – Steve Jobs. Last week Apple […]

Who Will Spark the Future of US Energy?

September 20, 2011


Japan’s wealthiest man (Forbes), Masayoshi Son, recently announced a visionary plan to target 60% of Japan’s energy to be from renewable sources by 2030. So who will help spark the future of U.S. Energy? Son’s net worth of 8.1B is just shy of Steve Jobs’ net worth of $8.3B. Including Jobs, there are a total […]