Apple sues a company that it should recycle iPhones, but ended up secretly selling 100,000 units

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

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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,

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