Friends of the Earth says  "It's time to turn up the heat on Apple

Earlier this year Friends of the Earth forced Samsung, Apple’s biggest rival, to confirm that it uses forest trashing tin in its products. Apple though is still refusing to go public about whether their phones contain this tin from Indonesia's Bangka Island. Back then Friends of the Earth stated that Samsung and Apple almost certainly use tin in their mobiles that comes from Bangka Island - where tin mining is ravaging forests and coral reefs, injuring miners and destroying fishermen's livelihoods. Friends of the Earth started a campaign to get Apple and Samsung to reveal where they get their tin from. Friends of the Earth managed to secure a public commitment from Samsung and is now turning on the heat on Apple!

Friends of the Earth says  "It's time to turn up the heat on Apple

Earlier this year Friends of the Earth forced Samsung, Apple’s biggest rival, to confirm that it uses forest trashing tin in its products. Apple though is still refusing to go public about whether their phones contain this tin from Indonesia's Bangka Island. Back then Friends of the Earth stated that Samsung and Apple almost certainly use tin in their mobiles that comes from Bangka Island - where tin mining is ravaging forests and coral reefs, injuring miners and destroying fishermen's livelihoods. Friends of the Earth started a campaign to get Apple and Samsung to reveal where they get their tin from. Friends of the Earth managed to secure a public commitment from Samsung and is now turning on the heat on Apple!

Join Friends of the Earth and ask Apple to come clean about whether it uses tin from Bangka in its smartphones. Your messages can force Apple to tell the truth a

bout the tin in its phones too.