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Apple turns store logos green ahead of Earth Day; U.S. stores switching to paper bags

Apple Store Fifth Avenue
Apple Store Fifth Avenue (Image credit: iMore)

Ahead of Earth Day next week, Apple is once again turning the leaf on its logo at 132 of its retail stores green. Apple is also stepping up its environmental awareness efforts in stores starting April 15, when store employees will start wearing new shirts that draw attention to environmental issues.

In addition to these efforts, Apple Stores in the U.S. will be switching from plastic bags to paper, confirming a previous report. The bags will be made out of 80% recycled materials.

Additionally, certain stores will be holding "Talks for Earth," that center on the environment and conservation. Other stores will have green-themed photo walks as well.

All of this is in addition to Apple's latest App Store initiative, Apps for Earth, in which app developers will donate 100% of select in-app purchases to the World Wildlife Fund.

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

  • This is what I don't understand they make these cheap inferior cables for the devices which break within a year and they might be bio-degradable, but what is the point selling millions of cables that just break they all need energy in one form or other to make these cables and also to ship them.
    And they put green logos for showing they care about earth.
  • Ahh, paper bags. Cut some more trees down because we care about the environment. Cloth bags would be nice. Sent from the iMore App
  • Trees are a renewable resource Sent from the iMore App
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