Apple has changed the rules of care for their products

Apple is known not only reverent attitude to their intellectual property, but the original recommendations for the care of branded devices. For example, wipe branded monitor can only be “I-cloth”. However, the epidemic of the coronavirus forced the company to compromise their principles.

New care rules

On its official website, the Corporation has updated its list of recommendations for the care of Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod, as well as branded displays and peripheral devices.

Using wipes with 70% isopropyl alcohol wipes or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, you can wipe gently with a hard, non-porous surfaces of your Apple product. Do not use bleach. Avoid getting moisture in openings and do not submerge your Apple product in any cleaning products. Do not use cleaning products on fabrics or leather surfaces
– the company said.

What has changed in the rules

Previously Apple had banned the use of “anything but water” to clean their gadgets as some substances can remove the oleophobic coating on the display.

Although the new policy and permit the use of isopropyl alcohol for disinfection devices, the company continues to caution users from using aerosols, abrasives, fabrics with rough texture or paper towels. Apple also recommends not to wipe gadgets “too hard” to avoid mechanical damage on the surface.

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