Ars Technica — Some of Apple's products have fallen under fire for not being repairable enough, which may have led the company to pull out of EPEAT. iFixit The City of San Francisco will no longer be buying Macs following Apple's withdrawal of its products from the eco-friendly EPEAT registry. Officials from San Francisco's Department of Environment confirmed the move to the CIO Journal on Tuesday, saying that purchases...
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