Apple is trying to be more green in just about everything it does from product design to its packaging. It seems that the company has a new dissolvable component to its EarPod holder package. According to reports, when the packaging for the EarPod is exposed to water dissolves into a pasty mush.
The packaging doesn't fully dissolves, it leaves behind a white material that looks a lot like mashed potatoes. Apple hasn't confirmed that the biodegradable packaging dissolves in water simply pointing Mashable to a page indicating it was using a "renewable tapioca paper foam material."
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