There is only one day left until Apple presents the new iPhone 15 during Keynote on September 12. We will be there, in Cupertino, to tell you everything. The most rumored thing in recent days is that the terminal will bring a USB-C port, titanium frames, the 3nm of the A17 Bionic, and thinner bezels.
A few days ago the news broke that it was quite possible that Apple would give up official leather cases in favor of a new, more sustainable material. Now, it seems, we have learned that This will not be the only loss in accessories this year.
Goodbye to skin and silicone with the iPhone 15
According to leaker Kotsuami (via MacRumors), Apple is considering, on the eve of one of the most anticipated events of the year, do without practically all products that use silicone. We are talking about cases, straps, AirTag accessories, cables, etc.
Silicone is a polymer, which is derived from petroleum, so It is not the best material for the environment.. That is a section that Apple is very committed to, and seeing that this is the reason why they will do without, according to rumors, leather items, it is not an option that sounds crazy.
It does not seem like a process that can be carried out in a single day. There are many products that use this materialbut if this rumor is true, Apple will surely confirm it—or at least give clues—during tomorrow’s event.
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