The country's Ministry of justice argued that selling phones without the charges equates to selling an incomplete product
they also went ahead and whopped them with a two $2 million fine
Apple clapped back and claimed that the decision to not include the charger was out of environmental concern to encourage sustainable consumption
Brazil basically replied, saying no chance, because the burden of securing a charger was basically transferred back to the customer
And for Apple, this comes just after the European Union agreed to ban all smartphones that don't have the USB-C charging ports by 2024
And the iPhone 14 still has the old Lightning port
So the question is, who's in the wrong here, apple or Brazil?