Tell Apple to make its products repairable

Apple CEO Tim Cook,

Because they are difficult to repair, and because the batteries wear out, Apple's wireless headphones are essentially disposable. This has a big toll on the environment.

It's becoming all-too-common for modern devices to be difficult or impractical to fix, leading to a high rate of obsolescence and a growing electronic waste problem. By offering products that are easier to repair, Apple can use its resources and popularity to shift the tech industry toward more sustainable products, which will stay in our hands and on our desks -- not in our trash.

I urge you to implement sustainable designs that will allow customers to fix their Apple hardware, and to offer the replacement parts, tools, repair software and manuals necessary to carry out these repairs at fair prices.

Apple's commitment to repairable design will help make our world a cleaner, safer, and healthier place.