Apple Might Start Leasing iPhones. 

Here's Why That's a Good Idea

An iPhone subscription service could be a step toward an all-recycled iPhone.

You might soon be able to upgrade your iPhone the same way you pay for Netflix, Amazon Prime and the many other products you rely on

Leasing iPhones instead of selling them traditionally, if the idea catches on

Could put a serious dent in the tech industry's growing mountain of  e-waste.

Since launching the iPhone in 2007, Apple has shipped enough smartphones to circle the Earth more than a dozen times.

And Apple's mammoth success, alongside countless other computer and gadget makers,

has come at a high cost, counted in tons of aluminum, cobalt, copper, glass, gold, lithium and many other raw materials that go into making the device you're reading on right now.

To get the full information about leasing the iPhones , when will it starts, and why is it so crucial for Apple, please check out our latest article below