Then you're ironically one of the most ignorant people I've seen, which given modern trends isn't saying much.
For your 600 gorillion see link related as I'm tired of repeating this ad nauseum. If you're going to say you won't read an already simplified explanation, Imma tell you to learn to read and stop living off meme formats and shitty infographics. But if you're too lazy, see pic 1https://archive.is/XjX2k
KekI'll admit it's been a REALLY long time since that shit came up. Pic 2 and 3 related. Also since you want to use analogies - complaining about iphones is like a king telling a merchant-peasant revolt that they can't use the pitchforks and carts made under feudalism. in summaary there is no ethical consumption under capitalism because there is no way for you to actually feasibly ensure that, say the coffee you drink to stay up at work isn't being farmed by child slaves in South America or the cotton clothing or nylon clothing isn't woven in 3rd world sweatshops.
Now for iphones specifically
Capitalism did not, in fact, make the iPhone. Labor did. The ‘-ism’ merely determines who gets paid. Also, most of the technology present in the iPhone actually originated in the State sector, not the so-called ‘free market.’ The only capitalist part of the iphone, is its marketing. Its actual design, components etc. etc. are government funded and researched thus making the phone itself a product of the state. Making it a publicly sold item doesn't make it a capitalist creation, it is a capitalist use of a non-capitalist creation.
As Mariana Mazzucato writes in an article for New Scientist, “In [Apple’s] early stages the company received government cash support via a $500,000 small business investment company grant. And every technology that makes the iPhone a smartphone owes its vision and funding to the state: the internet, GPS, touchscreen displays and even the voice-activated smartphone assistant Siri all received state cash. The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) bankrolled the internet, and the CIA and the military funded GPS. So, although the US is sold to us as the model example of progress through private enterprise, innovation there has benefited from a very interventionist state.”
It is not the case even in theory that capitalism or ‘the free market,’ made the iPhone. At least, not the sort of capitalism people who make this argument usually advocate for.
Steve Jobs, just like his contemporaries like Musk and Bezos and Gates was a trust-fund kid. Rich parents with rich corporate connections, so he had no trouble taking Steve Wozniak's creations and making them big,.
I would also like to mention that slave labor is used to mine cobalt in the Congo, which eventually makes its way into iPhone batteries. So you can claim (falsely) credit to capitalism for the iphones tech and take the L for its use of slave labor OR admit that it has nothing to do with capitalism and is just a product within a system and the most capitalist part of the phone is the various social media apps and it's planned obsolescence that promotes consumerism.
Oh and I don't use iphones and never have, they're garbage, like all Apple products have been since the 2010s.