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Apple has issued an official statement that tries to explain why the company decided to pull its devices from the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT).
Apple has pulled out of a certification that identifies devices that are good for the environment. This could hurt Apple as the government is required to purchase devices that are EPEAT certified.