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I really wish the Apple Pencil would have an eraser on it, like with the Wacom stylus. Now that it can be charged magnetically, it shouldn't be an issue. It's much more intuitive to flip the pencil around to erase something (because that's what we've been doing for, like, a gazillion years) than to select the "eraser" tool. And for painting, the back of the pencil could operate like the back of a standard paintbrush, so you could "etch" into your painting.
spacekid said:They should include the carbon used to make things like solar panels and batteries. Does not help if more carbon is required than it saves.
Pretty sure Apple takes this into consideration when calculating their carbon footprint.
Kuyangkoh said:anantksundaram said:Kuyangkoh said:Apple then should be required to disclosed all it’s suppliers carbon footprint.....i wonder how it would fairMoronic post.They do. Read up.
Apple does annual supplier responsibility audits, and they publish their reports on their website. The reports show which suppliers are complying with environmental and workplace requirements, and those that aren't. Those that don't comply are given a time frame to meet the required compliance. If they don't, they are dropped as a supplier.
JinTech said:EsquireCats said:Intel has a lot to say, but no idea how to say it, or to whom they are saying it.Also why is this all so amateur, they've composited visuals over the footage which draws into question how much other crap they needed to adjust to make the products more presentable.
They're "Virtual PCs"!!