The move makes it more likely the iPhone will have to use USB-C, and would cut down on lots of charging cable waste.
Blow on it like an old Nintendo.
If you don't put your old smartphone in your nightstand, where does it go?
The practically, morally, and financially responsible thing to do is to use your current phone for as long as possible.
A single electronics recycler has had to destroy 66,000 iPhones in the last three years because of the iPhone's Activation Lock.
"The material value of e-waste alone is worth $62.5 billion, three times more than the annual output of the world’s silver mines and more than the GDP of most countries," the group says.
Apple finally says that repair hurts its bottom line.
As Apple continues to fight independent repair, Motorola partners with iFixit and supports the right to repair movement.
The glass is connected to the phone's housing with welds and a lot of glue.