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 She was not initially concerned with the environment, but she decided to be, and this made her master the process of recycling not only for the benefit of the environment but for the benefit of her profits, as she was able to transfer this concept on her technology to provide great products with amazing features. recycling their techniques.

How did Apple go so far in recycling its technologies, and what are its latest victims?


Apple and green

Because of the poor performance on environmental issues, Apple is always called up by Greenpeace, the global organization that cares about the environment and is keen to protect it, but everything has changed now in Apple, which is keen to make its products environmentally friendly and for this you will find in every conference and on its official website How it made its products with recycled materials, wood fiber packaging, energy efficiency and waste reduction program as well as its plan to launch carbon-neutral products by 2030.

And in recent years Apple has become an expert in a different kind of recycling. The company has found a way to let you combine the components of its products together to introduce new features or to make them work more efficiently and powerfully, much like the Frankenstein's monster (a fictional story that tells the story of a monster made across a group parts of humans) and so Apple uses this ingenious method over and over again in different products.

The most obvious example of this period is the Studio Display, which has the same camera system as every current iPad model and has an A13 processor like many iPhones and iPads. Not only is the aluminum in the screen that's 100% recycled, the recycling process is not limited to Only but most screen technologies are also recycled!


Industry secret

If you are Apple and want to build a standalone 5K display from scratch, could you make a product like Studio Display? The answer is no, why? Because embedding an entire smartphone system on a chip with a storage capacity of 64 GB in a separate screen as if it were an iPhone is difficult.

But Apple did that, because it doesn't build its products from scratch. Instead, it uses the technology at its disposal to build what's needed, so that the components intended to make iPhones and iPads are able to be used to make other devices and products without a problem.

Here is a more illustrative example, do you remember the Mac computers that run on Intel processors that Apple added the T2 security chip to, in fact that chip was one of the processors of the Apple Silicon series that the company was working on, but it did not reach the stage that makes it able to completely dispense with Intel processors .

However, Apple was able to use its own processor and reuse a range of sensors and functions specific to the iPhone operating system to make Macs work better.

For a while, the company recycled its technology between iPhone and iPad devices until it came to unveiling its own chips (M1 series), which brought it to a whole new level. What distinguishes these processors is that they are multi-purpose and that is why you will find them in Mac and iPhone iPad and Mac Studio.


Apple and its technology recycling

You mean by Apple's way of focusing on recycling that the company is making cheap products? There is a clear fact that custom hardware design is expensive, and Apple does not make any cheap products and its products are the best and longest-lived, but it has reached a point where it is able to rotate its technologies and components and adapt them for use in many products. In return, there is a union by its competitors to work However, it has to be said that Apple has taken its passion for recycling too far and the Studio Display shows how the company's penchant for recycling its technologies may not always be the best option.

How is that, there is no doubt that the Studio screen is a smart product thanks to the support of many of the proprietary technologies of Apple, but many reviews pointed out the poor quality of the webcam, which was worse than the FaceTime camera of the iPad despite it being the same hardware and software.

Also, the new Screen Studio is an iOS computer with 64 GB storage and a chip capable of running a Mac, iPad and iPhone, this means that you will face the usual problems of any computer such as performance slowdown, lagging, sudden stop and kernel panics (a security action taken by the operating system kernel when a fatal internal error is detected) and other common errors Moreover, since the monitor is running iOS, this means that it will need its software updates and sometimes a reboot, this means that Studio Display is nothing but an iPhone with a 27-inch screen.

What do you think about what Apple is doing in recycling its technology and introducing new devices, tell us in the comments

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macworld

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