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Apple to Observe Earth Day 2014 Extensively

Apple has set different plans to celebrate the Earth Day 2014 on 22nd April

Apr 17 2014, 3:04pm CDT | by

Apple to Observe Earth Day 2014 Extensively
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Apple is looking to honor the Earth Day 2014, as the company is going to celebrate the occasion not only in the retail stores but also in the headquarter.

According to Mac Rumors, on 22nd April, the date of Earth Day 2014, the logo of Apple will be colored green to honor the occasion. The employees will also special shirts. Moreover, an event is going to take place in Apple’s headquarter in Cupertino.

Apple is known to be an environment-friendly company. It always emphasizes on minimizing the environmental pollution and remains active in different events for years. At present, its data center is run completely through renewable energy.

With the event scheduled to take place on headquarter, Apple is looking to further expose its position regarding the green environment.   

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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