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Gross emissions Avoided emissions Emissions offset Corporate footprint Product footprint 0.02% Direct emissions (Scope 1) 0% Electricity (Scope 2) 0.5% Business travel and commute (Scope 3) 70% Product manufacturing (Scope 3) 22% Product use (Scope 3) 8% Product transport (Scope 3) 0.3% End-of-life product processing (Scope 3) Gross emissions Offsets Emissions categories (% of gross emissions) Corporate energy Corporate energy efficiency: efficiency: 0.06 million metric tons avoided Use of renewable Use of renewable electricity: electricity: 1.0 million metric tons avoided Load reduction and Load reduction and mode switching: mode switching: 0.2 million metric tons avoided tons avoided FY21 REC purchase: FY21 REC purchase: 0.2 million metric tons avoided Product energy efficiency: Product energy efficiency: 0.2 million metric tons avoided Supplier clean energy: Supplier clean energy: 13.9 million metric tons avoided Low-carbon materials*: Low-carbon materials*: 7.3 million metric tons avoided FY21 REC purchase: FY21 REC purchase: 0.4 million metric tons avoided Supplier energy efficiency: Supplier energy efficiency: 1.1 million metric tons avoided Apple’s comprehensive carbon footprint This past year we intensified our efforts to reduce Apple’s emissions. In fiscal year 2021, we avoided over 23 million metric tons of emissions across all scopes. Initiatives that we’ve been growing for years — like sourcing 100 percent renewable electricity for our facilities, transitioning suppliers to clean energy, and using low-carbon materials in products — yielded indisputable results. Thanks to this work, we’ve begun to decouple business growth from emissions: While our revenue grew 33 percent, our emissions grew by less than 5 percent. To mitigate this increase in emissions, we applied an additional 0.6 million tons of renewable energy credits (RECs) and 0.5 million metric tons of carbon offsets to proportionally cover electricity use and direct emissions, respectively, across our value chain. This represents a short-term bridging solution as we grow our carbon reduction programs to meet the scale of the challenge. * Low-carbon materials represents emissions savings from transitioning to recycled materials in our products, or use of low-carbon aluminum, as described on page 18 . ** Net carbon emissions represents our total gross footprint minus carbon offsets applied to each category. Percentages shown for each emissions category represent the share of Apple’s gross footprint. Totals add up to more than 100 percent, due to rounding. 22.5 million metric tons net carbon emissions ** Appendix Governance Communities Suppliers Customers Our People Environment Introduction Apple’s 2022 ESG Report 15

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