Get Detail of Disinfect Your Phone
Recent times are spreading all over the world and is now declared a recent time by the World Health Organization. While it has become necessary to stop shaking hands and hugging, cleaning things that you use on a daily basis has also become essential. It’s time to clean your iPhone or any other phone you have.
We often use our smartphones after touching things like door handles, going to the toilet, and many other things that viruses and bacteria can leave on our hands. Germs and bacteria ARE on your phones because we use them a lot. It is advisable to clean your phones and other devices to protect yourself from viruses such as recent times.
These viruses and bacterial issues can be transmitted by air, touch, and body contact with infected objects. Although your phone may or may not have been a surface where recent times or other viruses are present, prevention is better than cure.
Apple recently updated its guide on how to clean iPhones and other Apple products, which allows the use of alcohol wipes with 70% isopropyl alcohol.
In this guide, you will learn how to clean your iPhone (and other phones/gadgets) safely.
- Steps to Disinfect Your iPhone
- Disconnect your phone when it is connected to a charger
- Turn off your phone or gadget before proceeding
- Get 70% Isopropyl alcohol or Clorox disinfectant wipes for cleaning
- Use a soft cloth and gently wipe the surface of your phone without moisture getting inside.
- Do not use compressed air or other detergents to clean your iPhone
- Make sure that moisture does not get into the openings, and do not immerse your phone in detergent. Also, Apple says that users are not allowed to use bleach to clean the iPhone.
Another thing to remember is that you do not clean the surface too hard or for too long. That’s because the iPhone has an oleophobic coating that is fingerprint and oil resistant. If you use these detergents or rub them too hard, this coating will be removed from the screen.
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