How To Clean Ipad Screen
Screen of the iPad is covered with the same oleophobic coating as the one mounted on the iPhone 4. But so far, there is a major difference between the screen of the iPad and the one of the iPhone 3G. Indeed the iPad still has smudges and fingerprints, but it’s a major reduction. I happened to me as well. I’ve got a couple of fingerprints on it so I needed a method of cleaning it.
Unfortunately Apple comes with only a few details on screen cleaning. After searching through their documents, I’ve finally stumbled upon the recommendations regarding screen cleaning. They state that you should wipe the screen with a lint free cloth since they claim to have a layer that protects the iPad against oily screen. So first of all you need a damp cloth.
In case you’re dealing with a stain of some sort. They offer step by step support. First of all you need to turn off the iPad and remove all the connection cables. Afterward you need to use a slightly damp cloth to clean both the glass screen and the backside of the iPad. You need to be very careful with your cloth, since you need to keep the ports dry, or avoid getting moisture in the cracks. Another important factor is agents. DO NOT use any kind of cleaning agents. No soap, no household cleaners or any kind of aerosol.
Until now, the soft cleaning cloth that I have been using to clean such devices was a simple bath towel. Afterward I’ve upgraded to an old t-shirt. Anyways, the main idea is to use a cloth that is really soft. This way you make sure that you leave no kinds of marks on it whatsoever.
No matter what kind of cloth you use, you just need to be careful of two huge aspects: scratches and water. As long as the cloth is soft or the “solvent” is only water you won’t have to worry about anything.
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