This 2020 Statement on Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Slavery in Our Business and Supply Chains (the “Statement”) reflects Apple’s progress during 2020 and ongoing efforts to identify, mitigate, prevent, and remedy human trafficking, slavery, servitude, or forced, compulsory, or involuntary labor, and the Worst Forms of Child Labor (as defined by International Labour Organization (“ILO”) standards) in Apple’s supply chain and our own operations.

The term “Apple” as used in this Statement refers collectively to Apple Inc. and its subsidiaries, including Apple Europe Limited, Apple (UK) Limited and Apple Retail UK Limited, whose financial years ended September 26, 2020. For the purposes of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, this Statement is made on behalf of Apple Europe Limited, Apple (UK) Limited and Apple Retail UK Limited.

2020 Statement on Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Slavery in Our Business and Supply Chains - Apple, 2021 DOWNLOAD

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