Geep Canada received just over half a million units of iPhones and iPads from Apple for dismantling.
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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.
Apple is suing a Canadian company that it hired to recycle old iPhones and iPads but which, according to the Cupertino company’s lawsuit, secretly sold 100,000 units instead.
According to a report from the Apple Insider site, the firm Geep Canada received from Apple just over half a million units of iPhones and iPads for dismantling, however, the technology firm has noted in an audit that 18% of these devices remain On circulation.
According to another report to the site The Verge , Apple assumes that there are many more devices that are being used
Tesla’s battery day has come and gone, leaving many experts scratching their heads over what they saw. Instead of the anticipated “million mile” battery we got a series of plans: a plan to manufacture Tesla’s own battery; a plan to process the raw materials; even a plan to mine its own lithium.
And while some of those plans sounded genuinely impressive, some experts were left with the impression that Tesla was headed into uncharted waters without a clear sense of direction.
“I came out of it with a confused message about what they’re doing with the [battery] supply chain,” said Vivas Kumar, Tesla’s former battery supply chain manager and currently a principal at Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, during a post-battery day webinar.
The Verge reached out to a battery researcher, an automotive expert,