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Brazil’s ‘no charger’ fine will cost Apple just 0.00007% of its 2020 revenue

Remember when Apple stopped including power bricks with iPhones last year? While the company claimed it was all for the environment, people with who didn’t have chargers were furious they’d now have to buy a separate expensive brick to be able to use their new phones. But while most of us just bitch and moaned while forking over our hard-earned cash to Cook and co., one country decide to take action: Brazil. In October, Procon-SP, the consumer interest agency for Sao Paulo state, asked Apple to provide justification for not including the charging brick in iPhone boxes. It wasn’t satisfied with the tech…

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