Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, announced some new environmental benchmarks for the new iPhone 12 at Apple’s & quot; Hi, speed & quot; event on Tuesday. The iPhone’s built-in magnet assembly uses 100% recycled rare earth elements, and the box is no longer equipped with a 5V / 1A power adapter, so the chain reaction happens: this reduces the height of the box by nearly half, and increases the number of boxes on a set of transport pallets by 70%. < / P > < p > & quot; many of the environmental features of the iPhone 12 are based on our past progress in removing harmful chemicals and using renewable and recyclable materials, and now, for the first time, we use 100% recycled rare earth elements in all magnets, including camera heads, tactile and MagSafe. &She added that Apple has been transforming to its iPhone manufacturing partner to use renewable energy, and like the apple watch, Apple has been looking for ways to reduce waste and use fewer materials;. < / P > < p > the issue of removing items from boxes has been rumored for months, and Jackson pointed out that & quot; customers already have more than 700 million lightning headphones, and many customers have turned to the wireless experience, using airpods, beats, and other wireless headsets. &Jackson added: & quot; removing these items can reduce carbon emissions and avoid mining and using precious materials. Removing these items also means that the iPhone box is smaller and lighter. "Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple