20InMyHead t1_ja59g74 wrote

From Apples site about it…

> your iPhone gets a forecast of the carbon emissions in your local energy grid and uses it to charge your iPhone during times of cleaner energy production.

However since it’s based on the gird, if you have solar on your home like I do, it seems like it would be less useful.


20InMyHead t1_j9z2fgh wrote

They do this, if you bring in your device for a repair and they find something broken that shouldn’t be they will repair or replace it free. Years ago, I brought in my several-year old phone for a $29 battery replacement, they gave me a entirely new same-model phone because they said they found the battery had swollen.