The popular chain of grocery stores and convenience stores is expected to unveil a new “coco” key on Monday, March 1, 2020, as part of its effort to get people back to basics.
According to The Washington Post, the new key will have a more modern design and will be “finally” made from recycled materials.
The key will feature a new logo designed by former Apple design chief Jonathan Ive.
“We wanted to bring a fresh look to our Coco Key brand and make sure our customers are excited about returning to the comfort of home,” co-founder and CEO Brian S. Collins told the paper.
The chain will also be offering a new app for the chain, which is expected debut in late 2019.
The new Coco Key will be made from a combination of recycled materials and a “recycled” aluminum alloy.
It will also have a different logo and branding that will be similar to that of Apple’s original key, which was unveiled in March.
The Coco Key chain has been one of the biggest hits for Apple, as it has helped boost sales of the iPhone and iPad in the U.S. and internationally.